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A computer does not log on to Windows at startup


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I have no idea ... sometimes the computer works normally and goes into Windows and sometimes not, probably a point problem that does not disable the whole processor, I did not receive a lab report, I will receive the computer when a new processor arrives

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Something sounds weird ...
Or the technician scribbled because he did not know how to find the problem.
Or the lab can get RMA on this processor and they have no power to break their head (it would still be weird to give RMA without even checking that it is not coming from their pocket but from the manufacturer)

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Something sounds weird ...
Or the technician scribbled because he did not know how to find the problem.
Or the lab can get RMA on this processor and they have no power to break their head (it would still be weird to give RMA without even checking that it is not coming from their pocket but from the manufacturer)

That's fine, the technician is a third party, just plugged the computer in when I was next to him and the computer went up as usual what I did not have, I took back from the lab and it cost me nothing.

I then sent to the store I bought from, claiming that the processor was broken. A broken processor can still somehow work partially no?

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