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  1. I tried sticking and removing selotape on the battery to try to solve the issue: http://forum.wisecleaner.com/index.php?/topic/9099-random-hibernation-80-battery-power-is-not-enough-for-this-computer-something-wrong-with-my-battery/ and the I found out that the issue actually depended on the presence of tape - No tape - battery will never hibernate. With tape - battery can hibernate at any time and reading could read zero and sometimes the battery will not charge even if plugged on for hours and hours and hours How can both issues be solved? if not tape what can prevent a loose battery from cutting power while on battery?
  2. I bought this computer more than two years ago...and never replaced it. Maybe I need to get a new battery?
  3. I tried the link that you sent me but this did not help as I have checked these settings: For the power plan I chose I saw that it is 10% for "low battery" and 5% for "critical battery", but the thing is that this computer is assuming "critical battery" at 80%. This also goes to hibernate even if it is not idle. Any other solutions that could help the problem?
  4. I mean, when unplugged, after working for some time, the computer hibernates at 80% without warning, sporadically, assuming there is low battery level... This means I have to waste about five minutes time just to go back to work every time this happens? Whether it's 20% or 40% or 60% or even 80% or 90% it just tells me I must plug in because of "critical battery level". What exactly is wrong with having this problem? Operating system:Windows 7 Professional (64 bit) Service Pack 1 System root: C:Windows Available physical memory: 3792 MB CPU: Intel® Core i5-3210M CPU @ 2.50GHz Drive Info: C: 279.05 GB Q: 17.58 GB Internet Explorer: 11.0
  5. Problem signature: Problem Event Name: BlueScreen OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48 Locale ID: 2057 Additional information about the problem: BCCode: c5 BCP1: 0000000000000000 BCP2: 0000000000000002 BCP3: 0000000000000000 BCP4: FFFFF80003C02AA9 OS Version: 6_1_7601 Service Pack: 1_0 Product: 256_1 Files that help describe the problem: C:WindowsMinidump12515-44366-01.dmp C:Users16ngr1AppDataLocalTempWER-175204-0.sysdata.xml Read our privacy statement online: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=104288&clcid=0x0409 If the online privacy statement is not available, please read our privacy statement offline: C:Windowssystem32en-USerofflps.txt I've copied the details above that may help you in solving the problem. How did this happen and how can it be prevented in future? This happened after the computer performance slowed down - and then suddenly ... crash. When you write your answer please also show me a flowchart of how this may have happened. Operating system:Windows 7 Professional (64 bit) Service Pack 1 System root: C:Windows Available physical memory: 3792 MB CPU: Intel® Core i5-3210M CPU @ 2.50GHz Drive Info: C: 279.05 GB Q: 17.58 GB Internet Explorer: 11.0
  6. http://sc.lg.esf.edu.hk/pluginfile.php/85881/mod_resource/content/0/KS4%20Session%203%20booklet%202014%20onwards%20full.pdf Try this link
  7. By the way, here is the file that I will send you to test. KS4 Session 3 booklet 2014 onwards full.pdf
  8. This file was downloaded from the internet. When I opened it in my browser every page worked out well. But when it is saved to my computer... "There was an error opening this document. The file was damaged and could not be repaired." How is this possible? How can a file downloaded from the internet end up being unable to open in Adobe Reader? I will send you the problematic file. Operating system:Windows 7 Professional (64 bit) Service Pack 1 System root: C:Windows Available physical memory: 3792 MB CPU: Intel® Core i5-3210M CPU @ 2.50GHz Drive Info: C: 279.05 GB Q: 17.58 GB Internet Explorer: 11.0
  9. What is wrong with this computer? Why does it display this message every time I attempt to open files using specific programs? How can this problem be fixed? Operating system:Windows 7 Professional (64 bit) Service Pack 1 System root: C:Windows Available physical memory: 3792 MB CPU: Intel® Core i5-3210M CPU @ 2.50GHz Drive Info: C: 279.05 GB Q: 17.58 GB Internet Explorer: 11.0
  10. The power options are here: The advanced settings are here: Do I need to change any more settings on these two settings? How would I clean the C: disk to release more space / how do I know which files are useful or not? And this issue has nothing to do with low battery power - the unexpected shutdown happened when there is still battery power. In fact, sometimes I see the screen just suddenly turn off power even with lid open. However, it may be a "loose battery issue" If the problem is not resolved the unexpected shutdown may happen many times later and (number one) it is a frustrating process and is a waste of time and (number two) it makes me lose work that I have done in the last session [unless I save it of course]. I tried applying tape to prevent the loose battery but it worked. However, every time I did so the following issue has aggravated the problem: http://forum.wisecleaner.com/index.php?/topic/9099-random-hibernation-80-battery-power-is-not-enough-for-this-computer-something-wrong-with-my-battery/ What other solutions could I find to resolve this problem????
  11. “ When I left my workplace, I had just put it to sleep by closing the lid without pressing any buttons. But when I open up the computer in the next session, I found out that it had shut down without warning and as a result I have lost my work. However, this had nothing to do with low battery. Any reasons behind this? What can I do to prevent it from happening in future? Error message: During startup, the message "Windows did not shut down successfully. If this was due to the system not responding..." shows up ” Repeat post. I have to say this again, how do I prevent this from happening in future? In fact, today this has happened to my computer twice with the same message. It's not hibernate, it's not sleep, it's unexpected shutdown. And I repeat, this has nothing to do with batteries. Perhaps BIOS or other computer preferences? This is getting pretty frustrating... I expect an answer as soon as possible.
  12. This is not the method that I am looking for. What other methods are there other than changing these settings?
  13. When I left my workplace, I had just put it to sleep by closing the lid without pressing any buttons. But when I open up the computer in the next session, I found out that it had shut down without warning and as a result I have lost my work. However, this had nothing to do with low battery. Any reasons behind this? What can I do to prevent it from happening in future? Error message: During startup, the message "Windows did not shut down successfully. If this was due to the system not responding..." shows up Operating system:Windows 7 Professional (64 bit) Service Pack 1 System root: C:\Windows Available physical memory: 3792 MB CPU: Intel® Core i5-3210M CPU @ 2.50GHz Drive Info: C: 279.05 GB Q: 17.58 GB Internet Explorer: 11.0
  14. I know that website allows me to test speed, but in the download manager sometimes it downloads things at a good speed and then goes down to zero. Why is that?
  15. But how to test the server bandwidth/downstream bandwidth? How can I increase the bandwidth to download faster?
  16. Didn't it say that it would download as fast as in like a minute or so? How come the speed here is so slow? (Some fields in the image have been covered for privacy) Operating system:Windows 7 Professional (64 bit) Service Pack 1 System root: C:\Windows Available physical memory: 3792 MB CPU: Intel® Core i5-3210M CPU @ 2.50GHz Drive Info: C: 279.05 GB Q: 17.58 GB Internet Explorer: 11.0
  17. Adblock Chrome Extension has no text? How to fix. Operating system:Windows 7 Professional (64 bit) Service Pack 1 System root: C:\Windows Available physical memory: 3792 MB CPU: Intel® Core i5-3210M CPU @ 2.50GHz Drive Info: C: 279.05 GB Q: 17.58 GB Internet Explorer: 11.0
  18. The file has been sent to support@wisecleaner.com via email
  19. File cannot upload due to large file size over 4MB
  20. Other jpg/png images can be opened using paint Try opening the attached file using paint
  21. I am trying to open up the image that I have done last time with paint but I get the error message as soon as I try to open it. Why is this happening even with jpg or png images? Operating system:Windows 7 Professional (64 bit) Service Pack 1 System root: C:\Windows Available physical memory: 3792 MB CPU: Intel® Core i5-3210M CPU @ 2.50GHz Drive Info: C: 279.05 GB Q: 17.58 GB Internet Explorer: 11.0
  22. If I can tell you, my user is within a school domain. I found out that some other users within the domain have the same extensions installed so maybe I need to contact the network admin to find this out?
  23. I think that chrome://policy tell me that these extensions have been installed using a policy value. How do I edit this value
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