Laptop Restarts in 30 seconds

Samsung / R41 samsung
January 14, 2009 at 05:22:24
Specs: Windows XP, 1 Gb Ram
Hi All,


( SORRY THE SUBJECT OF my POST SHOULD START LIKE

XP restarts in 30 SECONDS )


I have a samsung R41 Series laptop

Here are the specifications http://www.dooyoo.co.uk/laptops/sam...


I bought it two years Ago .

I am a dummy in computers and hardware

I never gave it for service .

when i was using my laptop regularly 8 hours everyday , the laptop was swtiching off suddenly without any warning once in 14-15 days , and after that when i was restarting it a black screen was appaering asking me to start in normal mode , and as i pressed enter everything was working fine .

NOw LAST NIGHT When I returned from work , it was switched off whole day , so no over heating , I started it last night ,a black screen appeared asking me to start in Normal mode , i pressed enter and windows started , but after 20 seconds a blue screen appeared with some Binary coding , and than again black screen appeared asking me to start in Normal Mode .and it is repeating

I tried safe mode , no change is there

i dont have any CDs with me now as i lost my Laptop Bag at an Airport


Please i request treat me like a newbie and than give the comments .

Should I have to buy some CD or it is hardware problem . what it is

please help

Avis


Also , I AM HAVING SOMOE PROBLEMS WITH POSTING IN THIS FORUM


avis83@gmail.com




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#1
January 14, 2009 at 06:24:53
Just to say
Laptops should be elevated slightly at the fan area underneath,
so hot air can be exhausted more easily by the fan.
Computer stores sell accessories that do just that.

Watch for help from others.


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#2
January 14, 2009 at 10:19:05
Good advice from Chuck 2. Laptops do tend to have a heat problem.

Laptop cleaning procedure
http://www.informationweek.com/stor...


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#3
January 19, 2009 at 10:48:32
Hi usually when it asks you to start again it is related to the hard drive . It can also be ram related. Try to test each ram stick individually by inserting first one in slot A , see if you have the same problem , if problem presists try it in slot B , problem solved? If yes slot a may be faulty , if not try the next stick of ram in the same manner. If the ram is not the issue try removing the hard drive and see if you can get into the bios , if you can and it stays on you will know it is not heat related. If it restarts as well then check cpu if possible. Last but not least , it might be the motherboard. Hope this helps.www.nylaptopparts.com

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