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Helping some people with their PC need assistance please

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by warusak, Apr 24, 2013.

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  1. warusak

    warusak Thread Starter

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    Hello everybody ,

    I am just trying to help out some people with a problem that they are having with their computer and i really need your advice .
    It is a Dell Inspiron desk touchscreen computer ( only a screen ).

    So sometimes computer stars and then it works for a little bit , then it crashes and turns off and then i get an error that says ( a disk read error occurred press ctrl+alt+del to restart ) or ( reboot and select proper boot device or insert boot media in selected boot device and press a key) .
    People thought that it is problem with a hard drive so hard got replaced and the same problem still occurs.
    Also i noticed when computer is off for a long time it starts after .
    They took to be fixed and the guy that fixed it said that he started computer a lot of times and he didn't get an error but he didn't take their power supply so i think maybe it has something to do with the power or temperature , but i am not sure .
    Also i loaded speedfan and all of the temperatures are good except the AUX is 128 C .

    What i could do ?
    Thank you very much
     
  2. dai

    dai

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    AUX is 128 C .i doubt this speedfan probably does not read the sensor ok

    the disk read error usually means

    bad connection from the drive to the m/board

    faulty cable

    faulty drive

    being a touch screen is it still under warranty
     
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