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Windows 7: Can a bad voltage stabilizer crash computer?

07 Feb 2017   #11
yankleber

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 

OK, seems that the problem is solved (so far). The client agreed to bypass the stabilizer and this morning when I stayed at his house to help him to install a couple security modules for Internet banking he confirmed me that the computer never froze again since 4 days ago when I delivered it.

Everything signs that the problem was really being caused by a strained PS semi-damaged by the cursed voltage relay switcher. Now I am going to prescript him a good surge board or a no-break.




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