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I guess switching the power cable, or the outlet is what fixed it, unless it had something to do with my RAM settings (this would usually produce a blue screen). Perhaps you could mention the problem to your local electricity supplier. Run a complete virus scan with reliable antivirus program Delete/Repair the detected threats from your system Restart your computer in a normal mode and escalate the restriction level of your antivirus I believe that board only supports up to 100W CPUs, and yours is a 125w.

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After you?re done, click 'Apply', then 0K, and the computer will ask you to restart. Get a hardware monitoring program and check the temps to see if they're normal and to see if voltages are doing anything funny. I'm glad now that they were out of stock when I went to get one..As I said, I don't know much, but maybe you can underclock your CPU until you get but the way I separated the CPU's before from heatsinks was IPA spray, it does no damage to the cpu and it evaporates easily.

A freking bad GPU. Note that you can't just remove the heatsink to 'check' on it—if you remove it, you've committed yourself to cleaning off the existing thermal paste with a cloth and a tiny And... by Grif Thomas Forum moderator / September 9, 2007 4:46 AM PDT In reply to: I Used...

Keep changing these out and if it stops rebooting then you found the bad memory card. Someone suggested that I take off the cover and clean the inside. by Heya!! / September 8, 2007 10:58 PM PDT In reply to: Which 'Stuff' Did You Try? All of the RAM i have attempted to use in the computer since this started have been the same brand and model, and set at the same speeds.

You Might Like Shop Tech Products at Amazon PCWorld PCWorld helps Hardware issue or error Caution: Some of the steps below require you to open your computer. Ask a new question Read More Western Digital Power Supplies Computers Graphics Cards Components Related Resources solved Power supply failure? Then the easiest thing is to delete it and let Word recreate a new one.Finding them is as simple as doing a search in My Computer or Windows Explorer, but you

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I tried underclocking it up to 7.5%, and limiting its power consumption up to 20%, while keeping the computer running longer, did not solve it. I dont think i would have any proof that that is not my CPU, so im frighten now, lol... by Heya!! / September 5, 2007 5:07 AM PDT In reply to: Reesie, It Could Be Lots Of Things hi .. HELLLLLPPPPP!!!!!

Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect The next video is startingstop Loading... this content CTE 790,795 views 28:01 Causes of Random Shutdowns (cpu socket separating from pcb) - Duration: 3:42. and I have the FX-8320 processor, which isn't compatible, contrary to what the PartsBuilder website thingy said. Either I'm playing LoL, or BF3, or i'm just sitting around at desktop, or browsing the internet.

Supply the EXACT WORDS in quotes in this forum so we can zero-in on that.3. Maybe for some reason that worked, but i don't know for sure. akih morilla 129,006 views 21:20 Fix Common Problems With Your Computer - Duration: 5:38. Last build I had to reinstall everything 3 times because of driver issues.

The main issue of the kernel-power restart could still exist, but i did not see it last night while i was playing some games (it has gone a day or so Hardware Device Issues System Issues Program Issues Memory Issues Malware Issues Power Issues Hardware Device Issues Systimizer Download Now The strange collapse of a computer system is usually a result of Probably you are not following this anymore, lol, but i have some updates: The motherboard and CPU turned out to be fine, so what I did was removing the graphics card

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Although, Windows tries to rectify the errors by itself no matter how complicated these are, there are still some matters non-detectable by it. solved Computer randomly turns off, is my power supply dying? A UPS (unintrupted power supply) is the last chance saloon try every other option first. PC restarts intermittently while power supply is on but computer is in shutdown state solved Is My Power Supply Causing My PC To Restart Randomly?

Is it blue screening or is it just restarting? ClarkinkentMar 6, 2014, 10:06 AM Many might disagree ... They sent me a 2nd set of sticks which allowed the machine to boot but after that, i was unable to keep from blue screening about a minute after windows started check over here I then thought it might be my RAM as I had 16Gb installed by 2 different makes 2x4Gb Corsair XMS and 2x4Gb Kingston Hyper X, I ram MemTEST x86 all night

I took the side panel off of the computer to allow for more ventilation to the graphics card and the problem continued. by Heya!! / September 6, 2007 5:28 AM PDT In reply to: Tried All The Steps Listed In This Thread? ABOUT THE AUTHOR Tyler Wilde As Executive Editor, Tyler spends a lot of time editing reviews and looking at spreadsheets, and whatever time is left over writing reviews. Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next.

ericZZZ RAM and Power Supply Support 9 01-07-2011 05:21 PM Power Supply Information and Selection :smile: CHOOSING AND UNDERSTANDING A POWER SUPPLY UNIT The power supply unit in today’s modern computer My computer specs are: OS: windows 7 professional Video card: EVGA gtx 560 ti superclocked 1GB Processor: AMD Phenom II x4 965 3.4Ghz RAM: 8GB GSKILL ddr3 1600 F3-12800CL9D-8GBRL PSU:COOLER MASTER New Computer Built - Display Randomly Turns Off/Black Screen [No Signal] + Some Audio Distort and Reboot amd 9590/CROSSHAIR V FORMULA-Z, 2 fury-x computer randomly rebooting Computer Randomly Rebooting, Overclocking Failed The power supply is fine thus far because it is 430 Watt Power Supply.

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Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Sounds Like You'll Need Some Help There.. not sure.However I would say can you borrow a module from someone and test your PC for a while.Word of advice while you test the new memory module do not have Add to Want to watch this again later?

By Tyler Wilde Shares ask pc gamerAsk PC Gamer is our weekly question and advice column. If there were hard drive problems, wouldn't it have problems saving files and/or finding files corrupt? Apart from pre-released programs, games can also cause these errors to occur. It reboots without warning regardless of what I'm doing,...

It's just causing me so much stress, i was suppoused to have been able to enjoy this computer from december, such a pain in the a**. How can I test my memory to determine if it is bad? Computer restarts when I power it on, until I turn the Power supply off and on again.