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Hi, my cpu makes use of Enlight E241819 motherboard. My computer was infected with a virus recently and I had to reset the whole computer. I discovered that I had lost the driver disc and couldn't find the driver online to download. Do you think you could help? I could get the computer working now but I don't have the drivers to get the sound and video to work. Could you help? Thanks.

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Did you look at the manufacturer's web-site: http://nl.enlightcorp.com/Product/

Or, try http://WindowsUpdate.Microsoft.com
and click "Custom" search, and then click "Optional Hardware" updates, to see if Windows Update offers the device-drivers.

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Acer Aspire M5100 ..... Will not recognize EXE files (will not open most programs) ... Lags, freezes goes to blue screen and often completely and suddenly shuts of Everything (fan monitor etc.) except the...


This fault can be caused by so many different things:
You should start by tracing back through the recent history of hardware, software, drivers or settings changes to the computer between now and the last time that the computer was working properly to eliminate as many items as possible from the long list of possibilities below so you can isolate the precise cause.

Virus or spyware or other malware infection;Overheating due to insufficient number of internal cooling fans;Dry or insufficient paste between the Central Processing Unit (CPU) and the heat sink/CPU cooling fan;Failed or disconnected CPU cooling fan;Dust blocking input or output of cooling air inside the computer case;Dust blocking the input of cooling air to the CPU heat sink by the CPU cooling fan;Device conflict;Device driver conflict;Corruption of Windows system files;Corrupted Windows Registry during registry editing;Multiple installed anti virus programs in conflict with one another;Multiple installed Firewall problems in conflict with one another;Multiple installed anti malware programs in conflict with one another;Incorrect Firewall settings;Corrupted interrupted or incomplete Windows upgrade setup process;Corrupted interrupted or incomplete Windows repair installation keeping previous files and settingsCorrupted interrupted or incomplete Windows recovery operation;Corrupted interrupted or incomplete Windows Service Pack upgrade process;Corrupted interrupted or incomplete System Restore operation;Corrupted interrupted or incomplete Windows Automatic Updates shutdown configuration process;Corrupted interrupted or incomplete Windows Automatic Updates restart configuration process;Corruption of essential Windows system files by enabling compression to increase HDD free space;Accidental deletion of essential system files;Underpowered Power Supply Unit (PSU);Incorrectly installed Random Access Memory (RAM);Incompatible RAM;Incorrectly installed graphics card;Incorrectly installed expansion card;Internal devices incorrectly connected to the motherboard;Incorrect motherboard jumper settings;Basic Input Output System (BIOS) corruption;Incorrect device IRQ (Interrupt Request) settings in BIOS;Bad hard disk drive (HDD) sectors;Physically damaged HDD;Motherboard solder points short circuiting on a loose screw or a misaligned motherboard mount.

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My computer is acting strange, it is constanly freezing and i am constanly having to restart it. it is very very slow also. will resetting it to factory settings fix this, if so how do i do it?


if the problem is a software related one, then it's better if you first go through some best practices for ensuring PC security from virus and malware infection. See if this solves the problem. Usually going through these best practices will solve any slowdowns or freezeups... of course, assuming these freezeups aren't a result of a program you recently installed. If you can pinpoint the time when your computer became unstable, and this coincides with a program you installed, then you'll have to uninstall the program and that should solve your freezeups problem.
If it doesn't, you may be facing a FSB controller chip failure, that controls the work of the PC. See if your laptop has some symptoms of motherboard failure due to FSB chip issues.
The motherboard repair is the last option, so make sure you eliminate the software potential problems like virus infections or any programs and updates you recently installed.

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Computer turns off with no warning...


This issue could be caused by any of the below possibilities.
  1. Heat related issue.
  2. Hardware issue or error.
  3. Computer virus.
  4. Issue with operating system.
  5. Other failing hardware
Answer: Heat related issue
A computer that turns off without warning is often a heat related issue. Many computers today are designed to turn off or automatically reboot if the computer, processor, or other device in your computer gets too hot. If you have heard any abnormal noises coming from your computer recently such as a high squealing, this could indicate a fan may be failing in your computer.
You can first start by verifying the fan on the power supply is working by examining the back of the computer and seeing if the fan is moving and moving smoothly. For all other fans in the computer, you will need to either open the computer and make sure the fan are working (processor fan and case fans) and/or if your BIOS monitors the RPM of the fans, enter BIOS and make sure the BIOS does not report any errors.
While inside the computer it's also a good idea to verify the processor heatsink is properly connected by disconnecting and reconnecting the heatsink. If the processor heatsink is not properly it will not keep the processor cool causing the computer to overheat.
Users may also be able to determine how hot their computer is by onboard thermal sensors. If your computer comes equipped with these sensors, make sure your CPU is not running to hot; additional information about how hot your CPU should be running can be found on document CH000687.
Hardware issue or error
Any failing hardware component in your computer could cause your computer to unexpectedly turn off without warning. If you have recently attempted to add a new hardware device, remove that device to make sure it is not causing your issues.
Before attempting to remove any hardware, make sure you are not encountering this issue because of hardware conflicts by viewing Device Manager for errors. Additional information about Device Manager can be found on our Device Manager page.
If you have not recently installed any new hardware into the computer, the next best solution to determining if this is a hardware issue would be remove any hardware on the computer that is not needed. For example, remove your modem, network card, sound card, and any other expansion cards that are not needed for the computer to operate. Run the computer without these cards to see if they are the cause of your issue.
Computer virus
It's possible for your computer to be infected with a virus that is designed to shut down your computer or turn it off. If your computer seems to be turning off when executing a certain program at specific times in the day, it could be infected.
If you believe your computer may be infected with a virus or are uncertain if your computer is infected with a virus, make sure your virus scanner definitions are up to date. Additional information about checking this can be found in document CH000533.
Issue with operating system
If after following each of the above recommendations your computer still continues to reboot, it is likely that you are experiencing a Microsoft Windows operating system related issue that cannot be explained. To help make sure this is the case, please try the below steps.
  1. Reboot the computer and enter CMOS setup as the computer is booting. If you are not familiar with how to enter CMOS, please read through document CH000192.
  2. After you have loaded the computer in CMOS setup, let the computer sit.
If the computer does not turn off while letting the computer sit in CMOS, it is likely that you are in fact experiencing an issue with Microsoft Windows or your operating system and it is recommend that if you have followed all of the above recommendations that you reinstall your version of Microsoft Windows. Additional information about erasing the computer and starting over can be found on document CH000186.
Other failing hardware
If after reinstalling your operating system, or during the installation of your operating system, your computer turns off abnormally, it is very likely that other hardware is failing in the computer. Often this is RAM, CPU, Motherboard, and/or Power Supply (in that order).
If you have extra available parts or have a friend or co-worker with a similar configuration that is willing to allow you to test their hardware in your computer, try swapping these parts to determine if they are at fault. Otherwise, you will need to have the computer serviced.
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I have a HP Compaq Presario SR2170NX (refurbished) and since we have had it, no matter whether we are using it (running programs etc), or not, the CPU will dramatically spike in % useage at times and also...


Have you run any anti-virus programs? Inexplicably high CPU usage is a tell-tale sign of virus infection.
Computers do have fans in them in order to coll the CPU. If you don't have any viruses, it could indicate that your CPU is frequently overheating. You could need to replace it, or possibly

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My pc take restart again and again.


Check for bloated capacitors in your motherboard. It may be the reason why your system keeps on restarting. If there are bloated capacitors then its time for you to change the whole motherboard or the whole computer set itself. Or - Another reason could be that your computer is infected by a Sasser. If you see an error message window with count down, then it is infected by a sasser. Download sasser removers. Here is another way to stop it--- Use System Failure Settings to Stop Automatic Restarts.

1. Click Start and Open the Control Panel
2. Go to System and Maintenance, Click on System.
3. Select Advanced System Settings and choose Advance tab.
4. Under Startup and Recovery, click on Settings.
5. Under System failure uncheck Automatically restart.
Hope this helps!

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This is not a problem, you can go ahead with changes, as far as the extension that you are giving is correct, there are no issues.

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