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Windows 7: lappy crashing and refusing to start up immediately. works fine later

28 Oct 2011   #1
ashwin abraham

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lappy crashing and refusing to start up immediately. works fine later

whenever i play some games(not all), after sum time of playing my lappy crashes and then when start it up again it shuts down half way into the booting process. this happens continuously.
i leave it and wen i try say 15 mins later, windows start up recovery centre opens and i get to restore my computer,everything works fine till i start playing again
and i know its not the games fault co i played a game, finnished it and uninstalled it. later wen i wanted to play it again,this prob starts happeneing with it too


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28 Oct 2011   #2
gregrocker

 

Work through these troubleshooting steps.

Pay particular attention to the steps to check for overheating, comb the logs and System Resources for causes.

The steps lead to a possible Repair Install as a last resort before Clean Reinstalling which is always a fresh start actually much better than getting a new computer since they are all larded with bloatware which we show you how to tame and a clean reinstall eliminates.
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