Check it out. I've got a 5 year old Desktop PC. It's got an i5-3rd Gen Quad Core CPU in it and 8 GB of memory.
Well I was just playing an HD Youtube video in one window and surfing the web and typing Q&A, and my CPU never exceeded 20 percent use. Most of the time it was less than 10 percent. My RAM...
So I was just casually browsing the web and later when I open one of my folders, my computer suddenly died and now it won't turn on, i tried resetting it but nothing happened. I'm grateful for those who tried to help :)
When you want to keep your files for the reset, does it include all the files that are created with Powerpoint, Word, etc...? And the files that have been downloaded ?
also i cant get it to boot from the DVD drive. ive been into setup but couldnt see any boot options.
i have a lot of music files on my lap top and know where they all are. However, I also have a huge batch which i cannot seem to locate. Ok, its partly my own fault, because i *did* manage to locate them all a while back, twice no less, but not being very savvy tech wise, or wise full stopi forgot how i had located...
So I bought a new laptop about a week ago and it won't turn on. O haven't dropped it or anything, so what could be the problem?
Intel core 2 Duo T7300, 2 GHz
2 GB Ram
Via chrome graphics
Currently Win 7 32 bit
If not, can I still continue using win 7 after the support has ended in 2020?