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Sunday, January 1, 2012

Revive A Crashed NOTEBOOK - Spontaneous Reboot Or Shutdown

Without warning, your notebook may reboot itself or shut down completely. Although numerous issues could be the cause, there are three common possibilities. If you or your IT staff upgraded the hardware in your notebook, some components may be incompatible, causing the system to shut down to avoid damage. You or your IT staff may try removing or replacing a newly installed component to see if the shutdown error persists. If you are certain that the failure is not hardwarerelated, check to make sure that the air intake fans
are not impeded. Blocked fans decrease the amount of cool airflow into your notebook, and if the computer gets too hot, it will shut itself down as a precautionary measure to prevent component damage.


Automatic reboots or shutdowns could also be the result of a virus. If you have an antivirus program installed on your notebook, make sure it is up-to-date and then run a full scan of the hard drive. If you don’t have an antivirus program, buy one or download a free program such as AVG Anti-Virus Free (free.avg.com). Once your antivirus program is ready to go, run a full scan to search for any malware. When the scan is complete, follow the program’s instructions to remove or quarantine any discovered malware.

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