My Pc Automatically Turns Off

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From the last two years I use this computer with no problem . But it recently it behaves abnormal. It automatically turns off every after 10 minutes. What can I do now?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #115273


The problem you have raised may be due to several reasons. One of the reasons is your PC is virus affected. That’s why it may shut down.

Another reason may be due to you have a system problem. The usual cause behind the shutdown may be overheating triggers the auto shutdown to protect the CPU or it may be the memory module going bad.

You should also check the power supply. It may have gone too old to bear the windows. In addition to that, you need to clean the CPU hardware and the power supply.

Hope this helps.



Answered By 0 points N/A #115274

Maybe your computer has a virus. You should try to reformat it so it will never shutdown automatically or try to see if you have an auto shutdown application on your Personal computer. If you have an auto shutdown application try to turn it off so it will never shutdown automatically. If you don't have any shutdown application try to see if your wires or plugs of your computer is still ok and try to check the power supply maybe it has a problem.

Thank you.

Answered By 550585 points N/A #115275

If you are using a laptop, the sudden turning off of the machine can be due to overheating. I experience it a lot on my sister’s laptop even if I’m not playing a game. This happens because the cooling fan inside the laptop that maintains the temperature of the processor and the GPU is already dirty and is not giving enough ventilation.

This is common to aging laptops. The solution is to clean the cooling fan and apply thermal paste on the CPU and the GPU. This will bring the laptop back in good working condition. To be able to clean the cooling fan and apply thermal paste, you need to disassemble the entire machine and disassembling a laptop is more complicated than with an ordinary tower CPU.

It has too many small parts and thin wires inserted in different places. If you want to see the parts inside a laptop, go to Disassembled Acer Aspire. Those are all the pictures I’ve taken when I disassembled my sister’s laptop. If you don’t have enough knowledge how to open a laptop, just bring it to a qualified service technician for proper servicing.

On the other hand, if you cannot bring it to a service center, an alternative is to use a cooling pad similar to this: Cooler Master NotePal Laptop Cooling Pad.

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