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Oct
15
asked DVD-ROM/optical drive begins to read disc when browsing or saving files
Mar
4
awarded  Scholar
Mar
4
comment Computer shuts down after a few seconds in Windows (power issue?)
Turns out my friend had tampered with the heatsink and not attached it correctly.
Mar
4
accepted Computer shuts down after a few seconds in Windows (power issue?)
Mar
4
awarded  Supporter
Mar
2
answered I can't see my SSD as bootable option in BIOS
Mar
2
answered How would I broadcast a FTP website over WiFi?
Mar
2
comment Computer shuts down after a few seconds in Windows (power issue?)
Don't know the model of the motherboard but I will check. No overclocking or similar advanced tweaking has been done.
Mar
2
awarded  Student
Mar
2
comment Computer shuts down after a few seconds in Windows (power issue?)
1. Actually haven't checked the temperatures yet, but I have felt the air from all of the fans (PSU fan, CPU fan, graphics card fan, fan on the back of the case, + there is a top fan that blows air into the case) and it's ice cold. 2. Haven't done that yet. 3. Nope. Really don't want to reinstall Windows yet, and feels somewhat risky to add another hard drive to boot from in case the motherboard is faulty and ruins it with a power surge or something. I will take this step into consideration but I want to do some easier troubleshooting first.
Mar
2
comment Computer shuts down after a few seconds in Windows (power issue?)
It doesn't shut down the proper way (Windows is shutting down..). It just turns off like it would if you switched the power off.
Mar
2
answered No image after waking up monitor
Mar
2
asked Computer shuts down after a few seconds in Windows (power issue?)
Dec
17
awarded  Teacher
Dec
17
answered Why does my computer reboot by itself