Question about Computers & Internet
If the Computer In question is a PC Desktop computer a few issues. First power supply may be malfunctioning. Second check the the CPU fan inside computer is running and not full of dust when you turn it on. If it's dusty, get vacuum cleaner and clean it. Fans need to be able to work without overheating because CPU runs hot.
Thirdly try to take out battery and restart computer. If starts up replace with new battery.
In Case it's a laptop. Take out battery and try to run using power supply and if turns on place battery back in. If battery isn't charging you will need a new battery. Let me know how you go!
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
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