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Offline Data Topic starter
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I came across this video and it reminded me of a PC I had to fix a few years back with exactly the same problem, tested every component, all seemed fine but the computer would randomly shutdown.

Spoiler -> Turned out to be a bad reset switch on the case:

Will never forget that one  Wink


Posted March 02, 2019, 10:36:12 AM Logged

Offline Carl2
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  Funny but I just watched that same video on You tube yesterday.  I did run into a problem with a on off switch not working and fiddled with it and it worked again.
  While I'm here I'll ask about a smart TV vs just a TV connected to the computer.  I'm using eithernet and don't have a wifi card in the computer.
I've got black dots on the screen one appers to be moving upwards, more along the bottom and vertical lines seems there is more. Prices for TVs have come down and is reasonable.
  Just ran across a Fire TV that works with Alexa, 32 inches for less than 100.
Carl2
Posted March 02, 2019, 12:58:39 PM Logged
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