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post #21 of 23
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Originally Posted by xyeLz View Post

:O I don't know where you got that from!
No, I wan't to troubleshoot it, I just don't like dealing with the annoyances. smile.gif
The reason I don't want to unplug it is because it is currently working. If the problem doesn't come back, then there's no reason for me to troubleshoot it as I know what the issue is. If the UPS dies and my computer shuts off on touch again, I can at least narrow it down to some sort of electrical issue rather than faulty components.
Sorry if I came off rude! Feel free to continue to offer input because as I said, I am sure the issue will be back when I least expect it.
As for you three, thank you a lot biggrin.gif I'll respond to you in a bit but <3 for the help.

You weren't being rude and I never looked at it that way, it just came out like a refusal to eliminate a component. Until you do you will never know until you decide to unplug everything and try it the way you had it before. Its hard to move on into other reasons why this was happening to you since so far using the UPS seems to have for now fixed your problems, I see little reason to continue other theories until such time you start having problems again. For now it seems as if your problems are gone, report back if your problems starts acting up again.smile.gif
post #22 of 23
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A little sticky, this one!

Haven't had the problem at all but vacuuming today caused the issue again. It took a bit longer to occur but it did happen! Still haven't had any problems since that though. Perhaps the UPS is doing a good job of channeling current but couldn't prevent what happened?

Heck, who knows!? But it's functional when the vacuum is off. Thank God I don't play any Vacuum games.
post #23 of 23
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Originally Posted by xyeLz View Post

A little sticky, this one!
Haven't had the problem at all but vacuuming today caused the issue again. It took a bit longer to occur but it did happen! Still haven't had any problems since that though. Perhaps the UPS is doing a good job of channeling current but couldn't prevent what happened?
Heck, who knows!? But it's functional when the vacuum is off. Thank God I don't play any Vacuum games.

That pretty much confirms what others have stated, its something to do with your old wiring electrical system, vacuums draw a large amount of current! Don't know what you mean by Vacuum games, but if I had to guess all I have to say is that's discussing and those comments should be left out please!
Edited by Systemlord - 1/16/12 at 12:49pm
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