Forgive me if I'm not correct requesting help here, but I saw no information regarding otherwise. I have a Pentium Four Windows XP Computer. I am terrible with computers. I really haven't a clue what it is any more specific than that. It's been a hot summer up here - in Central Canada. 28-34 Celsius easy. The computer seemed to be freezing up some. This wasn't normal freezing, control-alt-delete freezing - this was total windows - CPU - everything stopping. The only solution to this is to press in the button until my computer shuts down, or to unplug it. Now, though, every time I go to turn on my computer, the light flashes on for second, booting after a pause, then beeping till it's shut off, not doing anything. If I shut it off and try again, it either repeats this, or the light turns on yellow, my fan turning on and being very very loud, as though it had a problem and was trying to clear it out. When this happends, even the pre-windows part of my computer booting up does not happen. Someone mentioned that "my computer could have overheated and fried my motherboard," but I doubt it's quite as serious as that. If anyone has any tips, or any solutions, or even any information as to where I could go to fix this, it'd be very much so appreciated, thanks.