Anyway this morning the computer made a buzzing noise for a short while and shut down automatically before starting up normally a few seconds later. The air conditioner was on for around 12 hours. Yesterday it started normally with no problems and the ac was running only for a while. It seems to be fine now, but I fear that if this happens daily, it may cause me problems again. I had the same problem with my older computer during to summer except that it got to the point that it wouldn't start up at all until I subjected it to heat from the hair drier. Though changing the power supply fixed that issue. For some reason I think that computer's failing is due to it overheating itself in reaction to the cold, but I've never read anywhere that cold temperatures can cause problems and nobody else I know seems to have this problem and some even laugh at the idea.
Yesterday I moved my system to a higher position on the computer table as opposed to leaving it on the floor, on which it ran fine for some 22 months. Also recently, the air conditioner was positioned to cool downwards recently, when it used to be upwards. Hopefully changing it back will solve my problem, but I'm still worried. I mentioned having problems with my older power supply, but it never shut down automatically, so I'm thinking it has to do with the more amount of contact that the computer has to the air conditioning right now. I have no idea what to do about this. Turing off the air conditioning and even using it at lower power are out of the question is out of the question. Same with using the computer in another room or waiting until the air conditioning is off for a while before turning the PC on. With the vents facing upwards hopefully it will be fine tomorrow. Any idea what could be the problem? Has anyone else ever had a problem like this? Is it related to the temperate and humidity or the power usage o the a.c?
Edited by brc2000, 13 July 2010 - 02:29 AM.