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I have run some games like Skyrim and closed them out anytime the CPU temp gets too hot. I would firstly try a different power supply. The time now is 09:33 AM.

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Tried System Restore but nogood. I will help you get back on your feet here... Proffitt Forum moderator / January 12, 2014 1:34 AM PST In reply to: Premature You reload it to the factory condition then if it fails on that, it's 99.99% sure it's This blue screen shouldn't hurt anything, and is simply part of the process of stabilizing your PC. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/my-computer-keeps-crashing-randomly-and-rebooting-609487/

Computer Crashes And Restarts Windows 10

As you may know that once you start replacing parts it can be an endless string of changing components as they fail. They can't pinpoint the problem at all. I'm going to dive deep into uncharted waters and re-glue the heatsinks and all that. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Answer might be hard drive by James Denison / January 4, 2014 2:53 AM PST In reply to: My computer keeps crashing randomly

I hope the temperature stays down. None of these things helped, and it continued to restart itself randomly. Thanks for the suggestions. Computer Keeps Crashing Windows 7 It is unpredictable and impossible to recreate.

As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged Computer Keeps Crashing Windows 10 Re-seated things with new thermal grease, installed a new fan (could not add two, although we tried to find a spot for it.), and even reformatted and reinstalled Windows. Time to buy a new hard drive and your done... I just now booted it back up.

So, instead of approaching critical levels around 60 C it would instead reach it around 40 C. Computer Keeps Crashing And Restarting I am absolutely not kidding when I say these things are like the mythical phoenix, consumed by the very fires that gave birth to them or high performance cars where just if they are working then you have bad sector in your hard drive. Can't replace without a meltdown.

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We also did a Memtest, and after 12 passes (went to the movies while it ran) everything came up clean on my ram. https://www.eightforums.com/general-support/39864-computer-freezes-restart.html Can this be fixed? Computer Crashes And Restarts Windows 10 Still all fine in safe mode Nov 9, 2012 #22 Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,244 +235 You would have to choose Safe Mode with networking, then try downloading the Computer Crashes And Restarts When Playing Games Heck, it rarely gets warm to the touch even after gaming.

So, I've managed to fix an issue that wasn't causing the problem, which is kind of good but ultimately got me nowhere. Check This Out This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Japan is like nirvana for the JRPG fan since for every title that gets released in the US there's 2-3 that never make it out of Japan. My Computer Keeps Crashing Blue Screen

Since I have moved it was working fine for a day though, that's the strange thing. Most laptop cases are made of plastic because it's cheap. Third, I have MSI Afterburner. http://codecreview.com/computer-crashes/computer-crashes-when-gaming.html To be sure run 10 passes of a standard test in Intel burn test.

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Memtest by miyadaman / January 14, 2014 7:56 PM PST In reply to: safe to run that long but I ran Memtest and Computer Crashes Randomly Windows 10 It will simply keep crashing, rebooting until it eventually reboots the system. Roboctopus of STAY MAD - Sargeras http://staymad.enjin.com/ Reply With Quote 2012-12-17,07:25 PM #15 blackblade View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Started Threads Scarab Lord Join Date Sep 2010 Posts

So, half the time it happens, barely any power is being used!!

If you memory is not properly volted these programs could cause a blue screen though. You can pick up a decent one for around $50 new.In the mean time have you upated all drivers and Windows updates ? I only wish this had happened to someone else's computer so I could have learned that way. Computer Randomly Crashes And Restarts Windows 10 As you may know that once you start replacing parts it can be an endless string of changing components as they fail.

I did mine and including the 1 gb hard drive it cost me $145 US... It’s best to disconnect all the USB devices and see if that fixes the problem. I have the side off the case off at the minute as I've checked for dust and it all looks ok. have a peek here but had no clue why... ***I DO NOT GET BSOD*** at ANY TIME.

I wonder if this is happening? Gauging my temperature I noticed the CPU would get to the mid 80s fairly quickly. I'm going to give it a run and see what happens. Don't wait, you could be damaging the circuitry.

I've seen Speedfan but have never used it. Do as blackblade suggests and test your system using a different power supply. Already have an account? Help!

The Antec VP series or FSP Raider series, if available where you are, are nice, budget selections. I somewhat custom ordered the computer and I purchased the upgraded lower temp paste, figuring heat was going to be an issue at some point. About CNET Privacy Policy Ad Choice Terms of Use Mobile User Agreement Help Center Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All I even reinstalled (But not reformatted) windows a few months ago, which did nothing for it at all.

he experienced periodic bluescreens and the computer turning itself off. This could very well be the source of your troubles. However, you can basically sum it up in this case as: Gaming laptops very rarely survive more than 18 months without needing major repairs. The i5 2500k is SUPPOSED to have 1.5v memory, but 1.65v has been tested and proven to work fine with the processor.

Its not CPU/GPU... The minute I try to boot up any game that taxes the system at all it is straight to shut downsville. (Although I did run Skyrim for about 25 minutes earlier In such cases, reset the BIOS to default settings or reset it by removing CMOS for a minute and put it back.  Make sure the BIOS firmware is up to date.