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Pls help I'm watch movie half way my monitor shut down suddenly so I restart the whole com but when I on the CPU it has a long beep sound and the monitor doesn't turn on what should I do pls help me !

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Long beep sound is an error code for post. no post means a hardware failure. unplug the desktop from the power source. while its unplugged press and hold the power button for a minute. try to boot up again. if still the same you need to reseat some parts on the inside and might need extra help to do that

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Hi Bwicked, Based on your post description, it would seem a whole lot of problems and questions. Let's try one by one: 1. cpu was really really hot - this is expected if the unit was covered (bed sheets), however, most units have a thermal protection so it would auto shutdown if it has reached cutoff temperature; 2. opened it up, shut down - the laptop auto shutdown when you opened it up? 3. turned on, monitor flicked grey, then black (blank), cpu booted normally - any beeping sound? What were the indicators that made you assume that it booted normally? 4. Another cpu monitor, nothing showed up - did you try pressing Fn + F? key to enable/activate external monitor? 5. Did my bulb burn out? - possible. If your CPU booted normally, then there should be some semblance of your desktop on your screen except that it is dark. You can try shining a flashlight and you should be able to see portions of your desktop. If yes then you have just confirmed that you have no backlight which can either be the CCFLamp as you suspected or the inverter that powers it; 6. Do I need a whole new motherboard? maybe no but depends on the diagnosis of the problem; 7. video card? most likely no also as some video card are built into the motherboard; 8. Any idea on how much to fix - depends on what is really wrong. 9. who i can send it to to fix - depends where you are. Perhaps your best bet is to seek the services of a qualified professional who is within your immediate vicinity. Further you need to get a firm estimate since it may no be economically reasonable to have it repaired if your assumptions are proven correct. In the same token, an on-site technical person would be able to perform the necessary steps to diagnose the problem. Hope this be of some help/idea. Pls post back with information to the above questions or should you need additional information. Good luck and kind regards.

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My Dell, recently got into a problem like it shuts down itself, only when i watch online movies. I started watching online movies eight months back but did'nt have this problem till last week. Its a Dell...


Without knowing anymore specifics, I'd guess to say that's its a heat related issue. Especially since it's summertime now and you're on a laptop. Note that when viewing online movies, especially if you choose hi-def over std-def, your laptop will use much more horsepower and thus create more heat than if you were just cruising the internet or working on an Office application. And when viewing a movie, you're doing this consistently for an extended amount of time. Eventually, your computer reaches a temp(usually specified in your computer's Bios) where it will either shutdown or restart in order to cool-off.

To verify and understand this, please perform the following steps:
1) Close any open programs, especially any internet browsers, and make sure your antivirus isn't performing a full scan.
2) Right-click on the taskbar (or hit Ctrl-Alt-Delete) and select 'Task Manager'
3) Now click on the 'Performance' tab.
4) Take note of how much 'CPU Usage' you're using. For example, I'm on a laptop, at idle, and it says 3% CPU Usage.
5) Now, open up your browser and go to where you watch online movies but don't start any videos yet.
6) Take note of the 'CPU Usage' now. Currently, I'm on Hulu and on average I'm at 8% CPU usage.
7) Now, start watching your online movie and take note of the 'CPU Usage'. For me, it jumps between 40-50% on std definition and 50-60% on hi-def.

So what's the solution if it's heat related, well for a laptop your best bet is to buy a laptop cooler (look for reviews online). I recommend any retail store or buying online from NewEgg, Amazon, or Buy.com. Also make sure any vents from the laptop aren't obstructed.

Now to keep a better eye on your laptop's temperature, I recommend the following 100% free, no spyware, no viruses, no adware programs:
(Note: after you install one of these, you may want to repeat the steps above and take note of the temps during each step)

HWMonitor
http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/System-Info/HWMonitor.shtml
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Core Temp
http://www.softpedia.com/get/Windows-Widgets/Widget-Miscellaneous/Core-Temp.shtml
CS Fire Monitor (CPU Usage tray display, etc)
http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/System-Info/CS-Fire-Monitor.shtml

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