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why pc is always restart

By bundat_0028 ·
help me

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Because there is something wrong with it.

by OH Smeg In reply to why pc is always restart

Now if you would like to pass along what it is doing with something a bit better like which OS is in use what it's Patch Level is and so on we may be able to help you here.

Computer restarts can fall into 3 distinct Categories Heat. Power Supply Failures or Corrupt OS Files.

It will be one of those 3 items that is causing your current problem.

Col

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Because there is something wrong with it

by .Martin. In reply to Because there is somethin ...

good job...

I have found a new Master!

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Well what else can you say with the description given?

by OH Smeg In reply to Because there is somethin ...

OH and you are welcome I have a new Student to terrorise. :^0

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Bring it on!

by .Martin. In reply to Well what else can you sa ...

My father probably terrorizes me more in an hour than you could in a week!

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Strange thing is

by OH Smeg In reply to Bring it on!

That is exactly what the Wifes 35 year old son says too.

Naturally enough I never admit having anything to do with him either.

I've had years of Practice in working out ways to Terrorize People and I've got very good at it. :^0

Col ]:)

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There is a reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeally old saying

by Jacky Howe In reply to Because there is somethin ...

Start with BASIC, can only get better.

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Now be nice Jacky

by OH Smeg In reply to There is a reeeeeeeeeeeee ...

I haven't used Basic since I bought a VIC 20 for the Kids many years ago.

I don't even know if I remember any of it.

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I don't

by Jacky Howe In reply to Now be nice Jacky

and I don't know what would happen if I confronted an old PC that it was still used on. Would the memories come back............

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oooooh

by .Martin. In reply to There is a reeeeeeeeeeeee ...

gotta laugh at that!
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<B> Ha! </B>

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I have my moments

by Jacky Howe In reply to oooooh

but seriously, you have to ask clients simple things sometimes to be able to open the communications gap. Then you can better understand each other. KISS

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