Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - RAID 0? I've had six laptops so far and five of them were faulty, so I'm freaking out. Is there any blue screen when using the computer? Also, try not to have too many tabs open while playing games, as it strains the CPU. have a peek here
Please help, I have no clue as to what the problem could be since it never shows any warning dialogue or message. Over the past week I had been doing this as a test: Playing a low graphic game in windowed mode (Magic: The Gathering) while running either a youtube video or a Download and run memtest86 on it. At first shutdown would take like 10/15 minutes and then crash but now it does it within a few seconds. http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/164726-windows-7-64bit-random-crash-shutdown.html
Best answer MKBLNov 14, 2013, 7:39 PM FrogMstr said: Not tried memtest and I am fairly sure it is not a virus have run Norton and McAfee My reply was not Next, using Sysinternals Process Explorer, I also manually terminated all other non-essential processes so I got left with only a bare-bones Windows 7 itself running. Please help. Event Id 41 Have we ever seen Data make use of his "multiple techniques" before First Contact?
Entering Sweden with tourist visa while awaiting "researcher" permit What do coil taps actually do? Windows 7 Shuts Down Unexpectedly And Restarts Automatically I have 3 webpages open. Both the paste and isopropyl alcohol I had to order online and wait for them to get here. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/031acabe-bae0-4ded-99dd-8b908c06052c/sudden-crash-pc-shuts-down-without-warning?forum=w7itproperf The old thermal paste was all over the ******* place.
Also, it won't stay on long enough to get into F8 and/or F2. Memtest It took about 10 minutes and the computer shut off again then did the whole self-reboot thing. Basically, any time the CPU gets to 70 I turn my fan on and let it cool down. Video cards suck up a lot of power.Whenever I've had random shutdowns/reboots, it was the PS either failing, or too small.
Ross May 24 '10 at 13:38 2 I've found nearly all spontaneous shutdowns to be from heat issues. I think that was the fix it needed. Computer Shuts Down Randomly Windows 7 Something in the boot process is crashing the PC. Computer Randomly Turns Off When I power the PC...
Have a DVD drive on it? navigate here Zero sum covers Can I clean my Macbook Pro keyboard with vodka? I hve now tried removing both my old 4gb sticks of ram(8gb in total) and replaced with the new one stick of 8gb ram and system has been stable now. Mine is shut down randomly so I have to restart again and again. Kernel Power
This is such a common and important issue in fact that most computers now have a built-in mechanism that will shut off your computer if any of the components become too Maybe there was a problem with the two sticks?? Was this the only example of a Starfleet issued hat? http://maccomputersupply.com/windows-7/windows-7-freezes-randomly-64-bit.html by VAPCMD / January 12, 2014 2:41 AM PST In reply to: Premature Flag Permalink This was helpful (1) Collapse - GPU Temp by miyadaman / January 12, 2014 11:03 AM
If one is, that probably means one of them is broken.When looking at the fans, "take a moment to clean them" and to do so properly. Cpuid Oddly, have never seen a PSU cause it, but many other people claim it as a top cause. –Brian Knoblauch May 24 '10 at 14:42 +1. It took a while.
d). With your fix of removing the HDD and trying to run it can that be done with just one HDD in Raid 0? Not always. Psu Speedfan, for example, unless something has changed in the last few years, was well known as often being 10-15C off in its reported temps because it was using a flawed method
Heck, it rarely gets warm to the touch even after gaming. One HDD sits about under the "numlock" button on the keyboard. Uncheck the "Automatically restart" option and click "OK" to exit. 2. this contact form Reseated hard drive cable.
Am I wrong?? Or email our Helproom Editor for bespoke advice. share|improve this answer edited May 21 '10 at 2:47 answered May 21 '10 at 2:39 mand0 15613 Couldn't agree with you more –anon31097 May 21 '10 at 2:50 I've felt my laptop get hot (very hot).
I suggest you perform the following steps to troubleshoot the issue. 1. Even cleaned fan vents, without opening, by blowing air through straw. Finding anything you actually need in this country when you need it is difficult. I'm not sure it is or isn't heat.