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  1. It does the same on battery or AC power. If the laptop is lifted from the right side or bend a little it shuts down. If the laptop stays on a flat surface or it is pick up by both sides with both hands it stays on.
  2. Has anyone encountered this issue? The laptop works fine unless I pick the laptop up holding it from the front. If I pick it up from the sides it does not happen. The laptop works normal and all hardware works fine in a desk or table (flat surface). If I move the laptop it loses power. Check this where you can see the power button light going off when moved
  3. Thanks Terry and Joe that was what I wanted to find
  4. Those are ATX PSUs and I was talking about a Flex ATX PSU, so none of those will fit the case.
  5. Happy New Year guys, I built a HTPC but I need to change the power supply of the case because it is too loud. Even while watching a movie I can hear the PSU fan in the background…very annoying. I would like a very quiet or silent PSU or a DC-ATX external power supply enough for the power required for this build. The case uses a 150W Flex ATX PSU Hardware: - Cooler Master Elite 100 [http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811119211] - BIOSTAR TH61 ITX - Intel Pentium G620 2.6GHz 65W - Patriot 4GB RAM - Blu-Ray Drive
  6. I used two 600 W PSUs and I had the same issue, which I are overkill for this system, so I ruled that out. Both PSUs (Antec and Thermaltake) work fine in other systems with more hardware and peripherals. I think It might be a motherboard issue.
  7. Thanks Caintry It does nothing at all... like I wasn't even pressing the power button. I changed the CMOS battery and tried two power supplies from two other working systems. Since I posted this message it has not happened The only change I made was disconnecting all USB devices (printer, webcam, cellphone & MP3)
  8. Thanks but the case (Lian Li) wires are fine, I tried with a external power button before. It most be something else since it has been working fine for 2 days now.
  9. I have a system that was running fine for years but now sometimes when I press the power button the PC won't turn ON. When it's on it runs just fine, no BSOD and no crashes or errors. Sometimes I have to remove the power cable for several minutes for the system to turn on. I have run Prime95 for 24 hours (on both cores) and Memtest86+ for 15 hours and no one error. I tried two 600W power supplies (Antec and Thermaltake) that are working fine on other systems Any ideas? Specs MSI K9N Platinum (7250) G.Skill 4GB DDR2 AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+ Windsor 2.2GHz ATI Radeon AIW X1300 256MB
  10. Hi These are the common beep codes and what they could mean. One Beep................................................ System Normal and Computer POST normalTwo Beeps...... POST/CMOS Error One Long Beep, One Short Beep................Motherboard Problem One Long Beep, Two Short Beeps............. Video Problem One Long Beep, Three Short Beeps........... Video Problem Three Long Beeps.................................... Keyboard Error Repeated Long Beeps.............................. Memory Error Continuous Hi-Lo Beeps........................... CPU Overheating Sometimes these b
  11. What's the status of the power light. It could be the PSU or the motherboard
  12. Which folder or page is Oulook setup to open when it starts? You could change the start up folder - Click Tools, select Options, then click the Other tab - click the Advanced Options..button and change the Startup in this folder:(very first option) to Inbox - Click OK then click Apply, then click OK. If that does not fix the issue, you could reset the page - Right-click the Personal folders and select Properties, then click the folder home page tab. - Reset the page and see if it solves the issue.
  13. Uninstall Java from your system. Download the offline installation and re-install it. If you use both 32-bit and 64-bit browser, you need a Java for each browser. You will need to install both 32-bit and 64-bit Java versions. Verify if you are using 32-bit or 64-bit IE browser. Launch Internet Explorer browser. Click on the Help tab at the top. Select About Internet Explorer which will bring up an information window. If version of IE displays 64-bit Edition, then it is 64-bit IE, otherwise it is 32-bit browser.
  14. Yes, split-tunneling might be you only solution if you want to connected to a shared printer on your network. There are other ways to share the printer if you're willing to be physically attached to it. You would have to get your work place IT department to enable split-tunneling for your VPN connection. This is seldom allowed to prevent users from creating back doors into corporate networks. When you connected to the VPN at work you are not connected to your home network, even though you are using your internet connection. If any other network was accessible while connected
  15. Get the latest Windows drivers available for your printer. Unzip the drivers (do not install them automatically). Plug the printer USB cable to your computer. Perform a manual installation and when ask to provide drivers, browse to the folder where you unzipped the drivers. This might not work all the time, but it has worked with many printers without Windows 7 drivers. Some printers functions might not work if the manufacturer does support an OS.
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