We just moved apartments last weekend, and our computer was fine before we packed it all up and moved it. Now we have it all set up again, and when we push the on button, it brings up the main "Compaq" opening screen, then it reboots itself. Sometimes it can get to the desktop, and but then it still reboots. I can't seem to fiqure out the problem, because everything was fine a week ago.
I can't even run a virus scan because it doesn't usually stay on long enough to reach the desktop. I even opened it up and made sure everything on the inside was connected and not loose. And the fans were working, so it's not overheating.
Can anyone tell me if there is something I should be looking for on the inside, as I didn't really know what I was looking for. Please help!
Yes, first try to clean from any virus (most like it's the problem), but if doesn't work it could be that your PC power supply is overloaded and switch off. Check if you are connecting more hardware to your PC after unpacking in the new place than before....printers, scanners, etc, etc.
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Motor has gotten weak, and is overheating and soon will not work. Some people report taking apart motor and cleaning gears. Others report that they didn't record how the gears came off, and can not reassemble. PB912M10 Clock module is not sold separately.
Switch power pack to override so lights are ON, and plug transformer into cheap wall timer.
Here is what I did on my last 2 moves with a 22" LCD. Just wrap it in soft blanket like velour or a comforter and put it in a box so it doesn't move around. You could take off hte base but usually at risk. Most of those bases clip on and aren't really easy to slide out or meant to take back apart. You risk more damage taking it out apart then just wrapping it securely and putting it in a box.
just check if you get a blue screen with lots of text messages just before your PC reboots. also if you have any hardware knowledge or if not ... get your vendor to check the RAM and also check if your CPU fan is working properly.... let me know...
COMMON SYSTEM ERRORS
1. Scan for viruses >> Try here its free http://www.kaspersky.com/kos/eng/partner...
2. Repair Your HDD using Scandisk or related Program
3. Rollback drivers and reinstall them
4. Check your cables, remove and return them. Replace Cables if necessary
5. Check your power Sources
Hope this helps
If you are having trouble with Newly bought items save your self from headaches by returning them and demand a replacement or a refund! You may have purchased a reconditioned\repaired\factory defect product.
It sounds like the the computer got tossed around during the move. You will need to disconnect all the internal cables and then reconnect them. If you need help with this part, open a chat session with me and I will walk you through it.