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November 4, 2006, 2:23 pm
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began shutting down spontaneously. I looked at it from an
overheating standpoint and that seemed to bring some
relief....however the problems continued. I tried checking for
viruses, etc to no avail as the laptop would shut down before a scan
could be completed. I tried a soft reinstall of Windows XP, but no
I began to re-install windows and it got far enough to wipe the
operating system, but then it shut down. I can't get it to stay on
long enough to get past 3% of the installation and it will not get
all the way through a start up on the reboot disk.
Any ideas? Or should I be ordering flowers for the funeral?
Re: Dead laptop?
sound. Sounds like a bad processor or fan not running.
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