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System Goes Blank when power off'd Improperly.

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January 20, 2014 1:19:51 PM

While Shutting down the Computer, Sometimes in a Hurry I Just directly off the Switch or Remove the power plug from the switch board. When i Try turning on the Computer by plugging the power cable to the switch board, the system automatically starts and the monitor keeps blinking as if the computer is not turned on. Then I will have to turn off the Pc, remove and insert RAM and CMOS Battery again, and then the computer boots normally, when i just Remove and insert the RAM back, the Pc does not start, i have to remove the CMOS Battery Compulsorily for the computer to boot normally, I Even got a new CMOS Battery for the Computer, My RAM is a Trancent 4GB 1333Mhz. And its been 14 Months since i got this Computer. I want to know that should i get Rid of the RAM and get a New One or Is the Win7 os Giving me Problem, and between, Virus was there on the system, and i just got Rid of it with an Antivirus, i didn't format it. Is it the Ram that's the problem or the Operating System?
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January 20, 2014 1:24:58 PM

I would get rid of the user who keep unplugging the power cable to shut down the computer.
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January 20, 2014 1:42:42 PM

rgd1101 said:
I would get rid of the user who keep unplugging the power cable to shut down the computer.


Funny :) .. Well, Actually, Its my Dad who Does that and i have a Younger Sister, she powers the pc off improperly, I Didn't want to mention this, so i told as "Myself". Well, You know what may be the problem??
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January 20, 2014 1:44:16 PM

rgd1101 said:
I would get rid of the user who keep unplugging the power cable to shut down the computer.


Agree 1000%. I do not think there is anything at all wrong with the computer it is in fact the user that is the problem. DO NOT just pull the plug to power down the system and the problem will be solved.
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January 25, 2014 4:59:55 AM

bryonhowley said:
rgd1101 said:
I would get rid of the user who keep unplugging the power cable to shut down the computer.


Agree 1000%. I do not think there is anything at all wrong with the computer it is in fact the user that is the problem. DO NOT just pull the plug to power down the system and the problem will be solved.


Well, I Re-Installed the Operating System, And it Started working normally again, So, thank you Very Much for Your Help -_-
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