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System boots and after with in 2 minutes its cuts the power and system shuts completely. Have to hit power button to reboot. I thought it was an over heating problem so i opened and cleaned the fan and heat sink, Still same problem

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  • Try booting into safe mode
  • Check your power adapter
  • If it boots into "Safe Mode" scan for viruses
  • Does your computer make it to the log in screen?

Posted on Mar 21, 2011

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Remove the battery and open the case. Look inside the computer with a flashlight to see if any of the capacitors are busted or leaking from corrosion. The capacitors look like little battery towers, but they are not as tall as the AA or AAA batteries.

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The computer keep shutting down.... i had taken down and he feel the mother board or something had been shorten circut.. i had it for 3 years... other than that seem that everything is fine but shut down...


If there was a short circuit it wouldn't power on period. If it shuts down completely and not rebooting your most likely teleconferencing one of the following
  • Power supply is crapping out (less likely)
  • Your computer is overheating (Most likely)
If it is rebooting then your most likely experiencing a software crash perhaps due to a failing hardrive or just general operating system corruption.
If your computer stays up for more than a few minutes try downloading speedfan (click the words "Speedfan 4.4" not the giant button (thats an ad) http://www.almico.com/sfdownload.php Run it and it will display your core and CPU temps anything over 60-65 is pretty **** high, shutdowns will usually occur higher than 75 C though. If you know how to enter BIOS (usually F10) while the system is first booting up, some BIOS will allow you to set a shutoff threshold.
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I think you have to shut your computer down completely and reboot. This means that you will lose any work you didn't save before going in standby mode.
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How can i reboot my computer.


If you are using Windows operating system then click on the lower left "Start" button, click on "Shut Down", and then let the machine shut itself off. Hit the power on button on your pc and turn it back on. That is the reboot. IF for some reason the Start button is not allowing you to turn off the machine, you are in other words "hung", then Hold Down the power button of your pc until the machine turns off. You should power back on your machine and choose to boot as normal.

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