Re: [NTO] Next peculiar computer problem
- --- On Wed, 10/6/10, Axel Berger <Axel-Berger@...> wrote:
> > fw7oaks wrote:While not for a moment suggesting Lotta is an idiot I'd rather play 'safe than sorry' since we are all not as clever, or perhaps lucky, as you.
> >DON'T OPEN THE OLD ONE,
> Rubbish (sorry).
- Seems like we have a consensus here, so off to the computer shop to
by a power supply I go.
> > fw7oaks wrote:I actually am close to an idiot when it comes to hardware, so I
>While not for a moment suggesting Lotta is an idiot I'd rather play
>'safe than sorry'
appreciate all hints and warnings. I realize in hindsight that the
power supply is the likely culprit when the juice doesn't get all the
way, but I wasn't able to figure that our for myself, so you can see
I'm not too experienced with fixing things.
Thanks to all!
- At 13:15 2010-10-06, Lotta wrote:
> I soonI just wanted to say thank you to those who helped and let you know
>realized though there was a delay before the computer let itself be
>powered on after the hit the main switch that lets power on to all my
>gear. This waiting time steadily increases. To begin with it was some
>10 seconds, now it's up in close to 15 minutes.
your suggestion about a bad power supply was right.
I of course procrastinated. At last the time lapse was at least half
an hour. Then I stopped to switch off the main power at night and the
computer powered up quickly every mornings, which let me
procrastinate some more. Yesterday I switched off the main power by
mistake and after that the computer didn't want to power up at all,
no matter how long I waited. So today I did what you told me and
bought a new power supply and everything is dandy.
Happy happy! :-)
- loro wrote:
> which let me procrastinate some more.That's what I had planned for today. But now it's getting dark outside
and I think I'll do it tomorrow instead.