bonnie Posted January 4, 2007 Share Posted January 4, 2007 Hello guys i would love some thoughts and views regarding my pc!! it doesn't wan't to stop partying lol! Santa was good to me and i was presented with a new (Microsoft Natural Ergonomic 4000 Keyboard and a Microsoft Comfort Optical 3000 Mouse together in a value pack), the problem i seem to be having(one which i have never encountered before as i only got my pc February 2006 and all seemed well)is that whenever i completley shut windows down, it decides to restart again!!! As much as i love using my pc i do on occasion like to switch it off to go out to earn a living. I wish not to have to unplug it from the power source ,but it will go off eventually when i put it into hibernation or if i push in and hold the tower on and off switch. A friend informed me that it could be a driver conflict issue, however i only had a plug and play setup before and opted again for wired setup and assumed i just had to plug in as before. I also loaded the software with my new keyboard etc, into my pc and had no probs . Perhaps it is something that i did wrong as i am still relatively new to all things connectivity(or not lol!!), I have never set any of my pc,s power options settings another suggestion given by a friend but i did come adrift as to what his exact meaning was. I have a Packard Bell Imedia 1509 ,XP Home Edition, Version 2002, Service Pack 2 any help you could give this poor lost soul would be gratefully received and a little dram will be sent to you through cyberspace, my new year gift to you, i would send you a bottle but you would only fight over it lol!!!! I would also like to add my pc is due for it,s very first tune up etc, on February 1st 2007 so if i can forward your advice at this time it would also be of great benefit .Many Thanks from B onnieand Bonnie wishes to send each and Everyone a Happy and Prosporous New Year Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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