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Computer shuts down and crashes

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by PoisonedDoxy, Nov 10, 2007.

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  1. PoisonedDoxy

    PoisonedDoxy Thread Starter

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    I dropped my computer and now when using it it either crashes or restarts everything else works fine so i'm guessing something may be loose inside but i have no idea what to look for. Could someone help by telling me what to look for?
     
  2. Bigfella

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    Hi open your machine and try to push every thing togeather. Also mobos have seven layers so you may need to replace that but if you have a sturdy case it should be fine. Also you should probably tell me if you droped it down stairs or what. It will probably need a new hard disk.

    If you have a sturdy case then it will be the hard disk. Also stores will have some testing drives I think you should ask to rent one for a day. They may just loan you a 4 gig drive or something small for free. That way you won't need to buy a hd and have the posibility of it not being that.

    If you don't know how to install hard disk send another message.
     
  3. PoisonedDoxy

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    it only dropped about 3 feet but landed upside down with the case slightly open.
    I'll try what you suggested thankyou
     
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