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Windows 7: Spontaneous shutdowns

23 Nov 2015   #1
KaiserD2

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Spontaneous shutdowns

I recently spent about three days away, during which my Dell PC running Windows 7 was shut down. Since my return it has functioned perfectly with one major exception. It appears to either reboot or shut down spontaneously several times a day. Unfortunately this has never happened while I was working on it, so I haven't seen it happen. It hasn't caused me any problems but it is disturbing. Any suggestions will be appreciated.


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23 Nov 2015   #2
unrealRage

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