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2nd PC crashes when 1st PC is on

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#1 Pablurp


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Posted 02 April 2018 - 09:47 AM

I have two PCs in one room, one is the family's (1st) and the second one is the one I use for gaming (2nd). Everytime my sister turns on the 1st PC, the 2nd won't let me put my password because it crashes right away, or if I already have the 2nd PC on, if I turn the 1st on, the 2nd crashes. I couldn't fin any information about this because it seems like nobody has this problem. I'm thinking of reinstalling windows. Any help? It's a windows 10 by the way.

I tried everything I knew, but it's worthless. I appretiate all help. I'm sorry if my english is not good at all, I'm still a student and english is not my main language :P.

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Posted 02 April 2018 - 02:58 PM

Your English is fine.

The problem may have nothing to do with your computers; it's more likely to do with your room. :) If you separate your computers (move one to another room), does the problem occur? Assuming the computers are plugged into different wall outlets, have you tried "replacing" your computers with some dispensable devices; that is, plugging in some unimportant device into one outlet and plugging in another unimportant device into the other outlet, turning one of the devices on, turning the other device on, and seeing if the problem occurs again?

Could just be an electrical problem, which I am in no position to solve! :)

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