moderated Re: a strange issue with my windows ten computer.
I believe he has a laptop, not a desktop, so no tower to deal with.
It sounds like an overheating issue to me.
Laptops need air flow underneath them as most of the benting is on the bottom.
If it isn’t overheating, then it likely needs to be gone through by a technician.
I believe I already gave my advice for getting air underneath it, but here goes.
Take 20 to 24 pennies, make 4 stacks of 5 to 6 pennies, wrap them in tape, duct tape works great, so they are even and place them under the four corners of the laptop.
If you have some double sided tape, you can also stick them to the bottom of the laptop so they don’t fall off if you move it.
Inexpensive but effective solution.
It works for my Del laptop.
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Ashleigh Piccinino
Sent: Wednesday, September 23, 2020 6:47 AM
Subject: Re: a strange issue with my windows ten computer.
How long has it been since you’ve done basic maintanednce on your PC? I’m not a computer guru by any means, but they do need cleaned every now and again, I guess/the vents on the tower need vacuumed out for dust. Once again, I’m not a computer person, but it sounds like, to me, that things might be overheating? I don’t know, but I’d try that first/vacuuming out the vents. Other than that, seek information from the rest of the group, okay?