I am not able to start up my computer. I dont think there could be any reason why this should be happenein when everything was just fine when i shut down the just night before. I have some important documents saved on my hard disk. I only hope nothing would happen to them. I need information, please help.
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hi that may be the relay on the compressor pull the refrig out listen around the lower back where the compressor is if you dont hear it there there is a computer a little higher that maybe bad making the sound jim
Thats just your computer ending the process of skype.
As for the pc shutting down automaticly it can be that its oveheating!!
On my Dell Inspiron 2200 I get the Blue Screen every 2 hours and I dont mind.
Might be bad memory
Ford truck was running fine then it just shut's OFF, afterwards did start once stayed on for a couple of minutes then shut off again. A friend thinks it's the computer after checking the car. Note I did pressure wash the engine 2 day's before and didn't use it till now.
Random shutdowns are normally caused by your computer overheating. The CPU has a protect mechanism that automatically shuts down when it reaches a certain temp so it does not damage the CPU. If you are computer savvy you can download a program called HWinfo or check your BIOS for CPU temperature readings as it runs..otherwise take it to a technician, however, as I always recommend have the technician show you the increased tempature before agreeing to any hardware fixes..if you have any questions let me know. Pls rate this solution.
The most common reason for this problem is that ACPI (the Advanced Configuration and Power Interface) isn't enabled. To enable it: Click Start | Control Panel, select Performance and Maintenance. Click the Power Options tab. Select APM - Enable Advanced Power Management Support. Click OK.
I experienced this very thing today. Disconnect everything and then reconnect. Make sure that every connection is accurate and also make sure that the spacers, or gold screws in between the case's body and the motherboard, are in place. If the fans are starting for a split second and then the computer shuts off then this should fix your problem. Otherwise if you're using all of the same components I can't think of any reason this should happen.