Question about Toshiba Computers & Internet
Have you installed or replaced any hardware such as a video card, extra hard drive/DVD drive, etc? Generally computers will shut down when too much power is required but the power supply isn't able to handle it (PC companies manufacture computers so that they work with the bare minimum power supply wattage).
Also, make sure the outlet/surge protector you're using isn't faulty, and everything is securely connected inside the case (Hard drive/Optical drive cables, sound/video cards, RAM, power supply cables, etc)
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
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