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3000 N200 shuts down once after initial startup.

#1 Post by Indy452 » Fri Nov 08, 2013 7:54 am

I always thought it was a Vista thing but apparently not. I recently installed Ubuntu 12.4 LTS on the machine and and it still does this..... It works great, I shut it down from the previous day, I start it up in the morning...I get logged in and the desktop comes up and about ten seconds later the whole laptop completely shuts down on its own. I re-start it and log back in load the desktop and the machine is fine for the rest of the duration of my computing experience. What could be causing this symptom?

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Re: 3000 N200 shuts down once after initial startup.

#2 Post by ZaZ » Mon Nov 11, 2013 5:07 am

Did you try checking the memory? That and the board are the usual suspects.
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Re: 3000 N200 shuts down once after initial startup.

#3 Post by Indy452 » Thu Jan 16, 2014 7:41 am

ZaZ wrote:Did you try checking the memory? That and the board are the usual suspects.
The memory is fine...I've done everything I can think of but its still happening. Never gets worse but its a pain.

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Re: 3000 N200 shuts down once after initial startup.

#4 Post by RealBlackStuff » Sat Jan 18, 2014 9:08 am

I have the very same machine:
3000-N200 (0769-AUU) with T2330(1.6GHz), 15.4" WXGA and 60GB Samsung 830 SSD with W7-Pro 32-bit.
Never a problem.
Maybe your HD is too old?
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