Computer Shuts Down Randomly Not Overheating
I think I remember trying to press the power button while the power was off and it wouldn't respond. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Unless you really know what you're doing, you don't want to mess with your laptop's innards. My CPU idles at around 35-38*C and my graphics card at 50*C. weblink
or there is some other failure with the memory. After weeks of trying all else, that was the problem. Report • Start a discussion Ask Your QuestionEnter more details...Thousands of users waiting to help!Ask now Weekly Poll Do you think Google should sell budget phones in the US? If you can't even get into bios i'd look into a new motherboard. http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000689.htm
Computer Shuts Down Randomly Not Overheating
LutfijJul 18, 2011, 3:14 PM Thank you for the vote bro! It could also be bad DC/DC converters on the mainboard, or failed capacitor. Plug in the PC--while it's still open--and boot it to make sure that all the fans run properly. Do you have any suggestions?
When I run games my GPU usually hangs at around the 63*C to 67*C normally. After you have loaded the computer in CMOS setup, let the computer sit. My CPU idles at around 35-38*C and my graphics card at 50*C. Computer Shuts Down Randomly Windows 7 If it may be software then disconnect your hard drive and connect another hard drive on it and install a fresh copy of windows.
I get a critical error saying the system has rebooted without clearly shutting down, which is obvious, but the errors before that deal with Dhcp-client network address issues and I think Report • #6 tscott2 April 22, 2012 at 19:58:51 I like the setup; it give me some confidence to hear that you use the same stuff...means the research I did in I take a pick tool and ever so slightly bend the contacts in the molex connector, just to give a little more tension on them so they make a stronger connection. See More ↓ #4 tscott2 April 22, 2012 at 17:29:26 I can't seem to find the bios logs.
Reply to 2ndLastjedi Ask a new question Answer Read More Help Desktops temperatures Components GPUs PSU Related Resources solved Pc shuts down randomly while playing on some games PC Randomly Shuts Computer Turns Off Without Warning Tip: Working on the interior of your machine provides an opportune time to clean the inside. But why do you only have 3 sticks? The problem was that it did not have the proper amperage on one of the lines that was required by the board.
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If your computer seems to be turning off when executing a certain program at specific times of the day, it could be infected. I saw this on PC Advisor and thought you should see it too. Computer Shuts Down Randomly Not Overheating PM me if you need anything MousemonkeyJul 18, 2011, 5:45 PM This topic has been closed by Mousemonkey Ask a new question Read More Power Supplies Computers Hewlett Packard Components Product Computer Shuts Down By Itself Here is the list of components (i also have 2 other hard drives which aren't listed in it, but I don't have exact specs for them without opening the case).-ASUS P8Z68
If you have a laptop: Make sure that nothing's blocking the vents in any location where you commonly use the PC. have a peek at these guys It doesn't have to be fancy or anything, just something from 550-600 watts that is somewhat quiet. Reply to justplayindead2 FershyaJan 13, 2014, 4:57 PM I got the exact same problem with my computer, the problem started to occur about five days ago and I have no idea Get free tech support in theHelproom Forum. Computer Randomly Turns Off And Wont Turn Back On
So really take it to a shop! Computer Shuts Down Unexpectedly It sounds like there is a power problem with either the board or the power supply. If this resolves your problem, you may have a defective surge protector or UPS.
After replacing the PSU I've never had a single problem.
Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. I opened up my case today to have a proper examination at my board as others have suggested of me doing. I need a list of your hardware so I can check the compatibility. http://copyprotecteddvd.net/shuts-down/computer-shuts-down-randomly-windows-7.html Caution: Some of the steps below require you to work inside your computer.
The second thing is the RAM, then the power supply. The stick has a lot of numbers on it, the only ones that make sense to me are clock: 1600mhzvoltage: 1.50Vtiming i think: 9-9-9-24also:CM212GX3M3A1600C9829491114004082which must be part/model numbers I guess. Update: I installed a new power supply, hoping that it was the culprit. If you have recently added any new hardware, remove it from the computer to make sure it is not the cause of the problem.
I saw this on PC Advisor and thought you should see it too. I know this read is kinda long so I'll try to keep it minimal. While the PC is open, note the position of the internal cables. If I leave it sitting idle, it's fine, but when I run any serious applications or games it will get so far and then suddenly turn off without warning.
If I set it below 90, it still doesnt beep. HELPROOM ANSWER The most common cause of this problem is an inadequate or faulty power supply. In the case of the UPS, there may be other issues, such as a UPS overload or UPS drivers, reporting bad power situations that cause your computer to shutdown. Also, if you have a UPS that connects a USB cable to the computer to manage power saving features, make sure it is also disconnected.
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - May Be Switch by BobM1 / April 1, 2007 11:11 PM PDT In reply to: PC shutsdown without warning. Report • #19 Gretti March 21, 2013 at 05:13:03 Wow this is an old thread! See in Thread ↓#1 Gretti April 22, 2012 at 15:57:12 Well the first thing I would do is to check the windows system log and see if there is anything strange I think that updating the bios and software was the big thing.
Report • #13 Gretti April 24, 2012 at 20:21:42 flatlandAny help would be appreciated. Report • #12 flatland April 24, 2012 at 19:38:20 I'm not trying to troll in here, but I recently had a similar experience with a system build.