This post has nothing to do with politics.
Just heading this appropriately, before anyone panics for the wrong reasons.
So what’s up? Yesterday, as I was working on the print copy of Axtara – Banking and Finance, my computer stuttered, froze, and died. Then powered back on … only to shut off a moment later, without even a BIOS POST beep.
For those not technically minded, this is really bad.
Some work later with a voltmeter concluded that the first suspect, the power supply, was fine and functioning within optional boundaries, delivering the power it was supposed to. Which, assuming it’s not failing under load (unlikely), puts the culprit elsewhere.
As of right now, the next suspect, which I shall test in the morning, is the CPU fan. If it fails to start, that would be one reason the system isn’t even passing POST. If it does start, then the problem is either the CPU … Or the motherboard.
Neither are good, because both are costly to fix.
Unfortunately, I’m writing this on my phone. If Monday sees a Being a Better Writer post, it’ll be either because I was able to get the computer online without much difficulty, or because I wrote a short, quick one on my phone.
Given that all my books are on the computer and it’s currently unaccessible, no writing is being carried out.
I’ll update you readers as I know more, but this is not exactly a great development. I’ve got my smartphone, and that’s it.
I’ll keep you posted. Max out.