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JPop09
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« on: April 08, 2010, 04:01:53 PM »

So, the other day my computer had been working fine. Me and my friend decided to go play Modern Warfare 2, so I put my computer into hibernate mode. When I came back to it 20 mins later, I opened my laptop and it loaded, and then just shut off. I tried to turn it back on, got to the login screen and it shut off again. So, I then tried running in safe mode, running all virus scans and seeing what would happen. Well, I got logged in after all the scans and it worked for about 15 mins, and then shut off, again! Next, I said screw it, I reformatted my hard drive, well that worked for about 2 hrs and then it shut off again. 2 days ago I turned my computer on and left it on, and it stayed on until about 7 am this morning, before shutting off. I have cleaned my fan so I know my computer is not overheating, and I have scanned for a w32.blaster worm, but turned up nothing, so is there anything else I could try in order to get my computer to finally STOP turning off on me??
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« Reply #1 on: April 03, 2018, 12:12:19 PM »

Is the speaker itself turned on or off? If its on, you probably have a loose or bad cable or plug some place or maybe its even the speaker itself. Try turning it off.
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