Question about Computers & Internet
The router itself shouldnt be turning the computer off. however, if you have it plugged into the same outlet as the computer, it could be just overloading the circuit and the built in breaker in the computer could be shutting itself off to preserve the contents of your system.
if case above, try plugging the router into another outlet and running the computer for more than an hour.
let me know if this helps.
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
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