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Computer Freezing After Replacing Power Supply And Hard Drive?

This means that it's definitely not software (unless the very, very basic drivers required to run the motherboard are doing it) or my SSD.I removed my Discrete graphics card and I'm If so, maybe we've got a problem there. 05-30-2010, 04:39 AM #6 dai TSF Team, Emeritus Join Date: Jul 2004 Location: west australia Posts: 78,002 OS: win 7 it wouldnt turn back on. no overclocking i cranked it down to well below the stock speeds @2.66ghz and the voltage is set to autoany clue ? have a peek here

I changed the SATA cable for the 750GB hard drive and I also changed the slots at which they were plugged (1->2, 2->3, 3->4). Antec = very good. In the first post, I believe that I mentioned updating the drivers for my motherboard's chipset. OnusMar 29, 2010, 1:07 AM The Xion probably did some damage when it died.

Now, most of the times, the BIOS hard disks boot order gets reversed for some reason and I have to put it to the right one and save each times I One time, with the second drive I tried, I got a blue screen. But now its just stuck in a never ending loop of rebooting.

A common reason for Windows to freeze up or reboot automatically during the Windows startup process is because one or more important Windows files are damaged or missing. share|improve this answer edited Dec 17 '14 at 18:58 community wiki 2 revs, 2 users 80%Bigbio2002 With CoreTemp I get an average of 50 degree celsius in idle for Disconnect some of your hard drives and connect one DVD at a time and see if a certain one being plugged in causes it not to work. Is there anything else software-wise between the OS and the hardware?

Note my comment of "way too hot!" –Bigbio2002 Jun 5 '15 at 14:00 add a comment| up vote 13 down vote First off, +1 for a perfectly documented question. Hopefully you can figure it out, best of luck. yeah i changed the boot sequence and all that other stuff. THEREFORE, IT IS LIKELY THE PSU. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2083735/computer-freezing-alot-installing-psu.html Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 05-29-2010, 02:40 PM #2 broomas Registered Member Join Date: Nov 2008 Posts: 58 OS: xp sp2 I think a talk with western

BTW, odd occurrence. they dont work. brendon42000, Jan 1, 2015 #4 Macboatmaster Trusted Advisor Joined: Jan 14, 2010 Messages: 17,287 I am confused your posted details say Logisys 600W are you now telling me that it is I'm on Windows 7 64 Bit. 5 answers Last reply Mar 28, 2014 More about computer freezing alot installing psu zeph_yrMar 27, 2014, 10:48 PM Download HWMonitor and tell us what

Maybe you've got some flaky connectors? thanks so much for your help btw. If you've already had a freeze and tested to make sure it is a freeze then you can be more sure it's a freeze and not a keyboard and mouse issue.. But also i mean my computer stays on and the monitor is still on so could a power supply casue that?

davedumas0Mar 24, 2010, 5:03 AM i put all voltages to auto and the multiplier is set to 8x(9.5stock) davedumas0Mar 24, 2010, 6:04 AM im running atitool v0.27 checking for stability will http://codecreview.com/computer-freezing/computer-freezing-need-help.html SreyJun 28, 2014, 6:11 AM I've gotten a new heatsink and moved it to a cooler and environment STILL freezing.... Also sound cuts and i need to hard restart it with no bsod error just says windows didnt shut down correctly. I'm pretty sure the PSU is a big red herring.

blues_harp28 replied Feb 7, 2017 at 4:23 AM 1123 etaf replied Feb 7, 2017 at 3:38 AM New Windows 10 Machine - McAfee... I'll try to go into step-by-step details. I think I might give Antec a call and ask them the same questions. 06-01-2010, 03:37 PM #12 raptor_pa TSF Enthusiast Join Date: Dec 2008 Location: Central Check This Out share|improve this answer edited Jul 6 '11 at 10:21 community wiki 2 revsuser8228 Why? 4 seconds is the standard time to turn off the power, and this option is

Modem and Router help please M2 SSD Not showing up in Bios or... Using the stability tester in nTune my computer froze again (In the same manner as before). So that went fine, then it went nd rebooted itself.

brendon42000, Jan 1, 2015 #8 Macboatmaster Trusted Advisor Joined: Jan 14, 2010 Messages: 17,287 I would try the integrated graphics and I consider the voltage monitoring to be most important

davedumas0Mar 24, 2010, 1:53 AM yea but im using it right now only played star trek online have not tried any other games (have all the new stuff) any suggestions on This makes things AMAZINGLY easier for us to help. Browse other questions tagged windows-7 crash freeze hardware-failure or ask your own question. There's no reason to worry as long as you appreciate how sensitive a CPU and its socket/slot on the motherboard is.  Triple check every hardware configuration if you're troubleshooting this problem

Replaced PSU and am now getting bad performance Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Or is it just driver problems? –Manhim Jul 4 '11 at 15:00 @Manhim: Changing voltages and clock frequencies always creates an interval in transition, where the logic isn't working I'm 85% sure it's the motherboard, 10% the RAM, and 5% the CPU. this contact form thats fine i bought a new one and the computer can go on now.

ECS A55F2-M4:+3.3V Value: 3.312 VCPU VCore: 0.920 VVIN2: 2.4 VVIN3 2.1VSB3V: 3.4VBAT: 3.264Temp: -24 CAMD A6-5400KVoltages: Cores : 0.987-1.438Temp: 45 CPowersCores: 1.62 - 25.04 WUncore: 1.11 - 7.95 WPackage: 3.00 W Join over 733,556 other people just like you! Once they determine it's not a problem with the drive, they won't provide support, because it's not their problem. never reads any higher than about 31 Celsius.

There is a setting to tick for that. davedumas0Mar 31, 2010, 6:40 AM im just waiting to get this : http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817371039have to wait about a month davedumas0Mar 31, 2010, 6:53 AM cuz with everything plugged in it runs good Best answer ko888Dec 1, 2013, 11:44 PM xl6399 said: ok i can get a i think a modular corsair 750w. It runned fine, kinda slow but found no errors.

The computer is having problems accessing the boot sector. Also, any number of things can affect the exact duration of that transition (temperature, variation in capacitor values), in which case sometimes the transition occurs safely and sometimes you get errors. Hopefully you can figure it out, best of luck. It doesnt even go to the Windows loading screen anymore.

After barely reading your question, I'm very certain that this is the problem. in what way did the psu die? Tech Support Forum Security Center Virus/Trojan/Spyware Help General Computer Security Computer Security News Microsoft Support BSOD, Crashes And Hangs Windows 10 Support Windows 8, 8.1 Support Windows 7, Vista Support Windows Also is 700w enough for everything i have now after i get a amd fx 8350?

It may be that one of the below solutions is necessary to fix your problem but if you haven't been diligent in your troubleshooting up to this point, you can't know This type of installation will completely erase the drive and install Windows again from scratch.Important: In Step 2, I advised that you try to solve Windows-caused startup issues by repairing Windows.