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New laptop restarting by itself with no warnings, no malware detected


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kaybli

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I posted this on the malware forum:

http://www.geekstogo...th-no-warnings/

and no malwayre was found. They told me to go here next. Any ideas on why my laptop is just restarting itself without any warnings?
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    Kraków my love :)

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New laptop

Return it.
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That was my last resort option. Any ideas on why its restarting by itself though?
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Check out this site. It will be able to give you some good information and some great troubleshooting tips that should be able to help you solve your restarting problems!

http://www.brighthub...icles/1836.aspx

I hope this helps!

Brett M,
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Thank You!
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When I said "Return it", I meant it as your best option.
If brand new computer is not working properly, how do you know, what waits for you down the road, not to mention, when your warranty expires.
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You're probably right. If I can't fix the problem with the solutions listed in that article I'll return it. Thanks.
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That would be the smartest move :)
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Glad, I could help. Let us know if the article helps you at all so that other users may benefit from your question!

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