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Windows 7: Should I restart My PC. It has problems.

08 Feb 2015   #11
gregrocker

 

Follow the Troubleshooting Steps for Windows 7 to monitor your CPU temps from System tray, establish a Clean Boot, test your hardware.

If BIOS cannot maintain the time when the PC loses power, as suggested replace the CMOS battery.


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09 Feb 2015   #12
Meriatressia

Windows 7 64 bit premium
 
 

It did'nt have the time and date problem before a extended run of the fan being dusty and shutting off from overheating.
There's others things I'd like to get rid of that I can't shift too.

And I can't do anything over complex. Nothing involving replacing bits of it.
Going on, it works, stuff does what its meant to. And it didnt do that before the dust thing.


I can restore it if I have to. But my pc knowledge only goes as far as medium. I'm not going anywere it's hardware.
Or messing with it's digital stuff, either.

I did the programme. Heres is screenshots of the specs.


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09 Feb 2015   #13
Meriatressia

Windows 7 64 bit premium
 
 

I have scanned it, used various stuff to try and find the cause. Tried doing boot scans, the scan stuff. Nothing.
I've done everything I can. it's had many updates since it started. Nothing.

I am not touching anything complex for anything. I keep well out of it's complex bits.

I'm hoping there is some way to work out if the time date thing is hardware or software. And if a factory restore will fix it.

I can do factory restore. Done it on my husbands pc. I fix most of his problems on his pc.

It's 5 years old. Never been factory reset before, avast catches the virus', etc.



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09 Feb 2015   #14
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

We need your help so we can help you.
We don't know what you consider complex. It surly can't be replacing a cmos battery because it is very simple.

Please read back through this thread and and answer all questions.
Let us know what recommendation you have completed and the results.
Also let us know what recommendation you chose not to complete.

**You did not complete the tutorial on how to fill in system spec correctly.
Please try again.**

System Info - See Your System Specs

Basically we need to know:
1 .What you have done and results.

2. What you haven't done that was requested.

3. What conditions your computer is at this time.
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09 Feb 2015   #15
gregrocker

 

I asked you to perform very specific steps which are explained how to do in Troubleshooting Steps for Windows 7.

Instead you post back screenshots of your Specs which show nothing in reply to the specific steps I gave you.

I asked you to monitor your CPU temps in the System Tray using the step in tutorial to install Core Temp and configure it to display in your system tray. Instead you post back specs leaving out the tabs which actually show the temperature.

Instead of telling us what you won't do, why don't you start working on the very specific steps you've been given so that your problem might be detected? Did you come here to ignore our help and tell us what you won't do, or to actually work with us to solve your problem?
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