Laptop sometimes powered off 5-7sec several times, after powered on.

tmorris

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As the title said, my laptop keeps turning off just after I power on it (like 5sec - 7sec). I have tried to change the hard disk, remove the dust from the fan, replacing the ram, unplugged the DVD rom, but the problem still appear. Sometimes it will boot, I can play games, online, and sometimes it powered off for several times.

I checked the CPU temperature, no sign of overheating, just around 28 - 40. So, I don't think my laptop is overheating.

I was thinking, it might be processor problem, but it's not. I tried to hold on the BIOS, the laptop doesn't powered off. It can stay on even for hours.

I don't know what problem I have, but I hope someone can help me.

My laptop is Aspire 4738G, 4GB ram, i3 -370M, 5470 512MB graphc card.

Hope you can understand, sorry bad english.
 

Tama Handika

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Did your laptop showing BSOD, or did it just turned off suddenly?
Have you tried to scan for viruses and clearing any registry? - Both of them might help :D
 

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No, it never showed BSOD, it just turned off suddenly after 5 - 7sec I powered it on. Sometimes it boot normally. sometimes it just turned off before the windows boot logo appear, even booting from CD/DVD doesn't work (keeps turned off). I also try scan it and clean/repair the registry and even formatted the HDD. None of it works. But, I can stay for hours at BIOS section/setting without any problem. If the problem "maybe" came from the HDD, why I try to boot from CD/DVD it will also turned off??

 

Tama Handika

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Its strange. Sometimes its still boot right? Have you tried to do a clean install the windows?Dont forget to backup your data.
 

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[/quotemsg]Its strange. Sometimes its still boot right? Have you tried to do a clean install the windows?Dont forget to backup your data.[/quotemsg]

Have tried that. I also recreates the partitions, and still, no success.
 

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Its strange. Sometimes its still boot right? Have you tried to do a clean install the windows?Dont forget to backup your data.[/quotemsg]

Have tried that. I also recreates the partitions, and still, no success. [/quotemsg]

Sorry to say this, but i think its a hardware problem. Do you still have any warranty?
 
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