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Old 08-16-2019, 11:59 PM   #1
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At first it happens only here and there.
the screen would randomly turn off and at the same time the fans would start getting really loud as if they are working to there fullest.

At first i tried to format the computer but it didnt do any good





I've took the computer to my service provider and after comprehensive tests he concluded that there is nothing wrong with the hardware

I've took the computer back home and for two days everything was just fine
But now the computer is doing this crap again EVERY time im opening him
A few seconds after lunching windows the screen goes back and the Fans get really loud




I've looked it up and find reports to the same problem but couldnt find any solution or explanation for why is this happening,



is any one here know what it can possibly be, and what can i possibly do?
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Old 08-18-2019, 04:08 PM   #2
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Video is normally the culprit here, but not always...

Heat related "problems" could cause this... example, the CPU get's a little hot, and the motherboard "thinks" it is failing, so it "reduces" the strain by "shutting" down items that might be causing the problem. (i.e. Video), then it "cranks" up the fans to cool the system down to try and alleviate the possible heat related problem.

Please tell us about your computer. Home Made? Dell, HP, Lenovo (Lenovo FAMOUS for fan's cranking up to cool them down), DELL Just loves to "set fans on high" at the drop of a "technology hat".

Maybe the Make, Type, Model #, Express TAG, etc.. so we can see what's what to make a better determination.

Does this computer have a "separate" video card or a built in one on the motherboard?

let us know

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Old 08-18-2019, 11:30 PM   #4
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The service already checked the computer for overheating,
That wasn't it.

Today i found spnething intresting.
I realised that it happens when i move the computer. So maybe some connections got a little loose
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