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Windows 7: Reverting updated bios to original

09 Jul 2013   #31
Layback Bear

Windows 10 Pro. 64/ version 1709 Windows 7 Pro/64

Things that I have seen that causes this are.
1. Power supply. I can't seem to find reviews on your power supply.
SP/L 550 watt Dual fan
2. A partially shorted power or reset button on the tower.
3. On my Asus board it was the Bios.
4. The cooling fan on the cpu cooler is not working.
The best way to test a power supply is replace it with a quality power supply.
If your bios worked before they should work now. If they were not the best bios 2 different repair shops should of caught it.
The cooling fan is easy to check. Open the case and watch it.
Their again 2 compute shops should of caught that.
The power and reset buttons happens very seldom.
If it was my computer I would install another power supply.
My first choices are Corsair and Seasonic Modular.

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11 Jul 2013   #32

Windows 7 ultimate 64bit

This is annoying... They did confirm the power supply was bad.. They replaced it and Now I am reinstalling windows 7 hope Premium. I get all done installing windows and the drivers disk that cam with the system... and windows will not star "windows Update" the service set for start auto. I tried the Network trouble shooter and That will not start..! What the heck I have never had probables setting up any version of windows.

any idea what prevents the windows updater and network trouble shooter from working?
I can connect to the internet, so network works.
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11 Jul 2013   #33

Windows 10 Pro/ Windows 10 Pro Insider

Is the problem that you are not connected to the Internet? Are you sure you installed the LAN driver? If you did and the problem is with the Windows system files. Click the start button, type cmd in the search box, on the cmd entry that comes up, right click it and select run as administrator, in the window that opens copy/paste sfc /scannow and press enter. If you type it in, notice the space between sfc and /. It is a system file checker and will check and attempt to repair any corrupted or missing system files. If it finds files and says it can't fix them, reboot and run it again. Keep running and rebooting until it says no integrity violations were found.
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