CPU & Cooler > Be Specific. Linux? So a smart troubleshooter will test the mobo and psu before the cpu. I also installed temp. Source
Don’t use the auto monitor turn off.Multimedia Settings: When Sharing Media: Setting: Prevent idling to sleep When Playing Video: Setting: Optimize Video Click APPLY Click OK Open the bios set up Drop everything to stock and/or reset the BIOS to stock settings. Sometimes every 5 minutes, other times it would go for several days. share|improve this answer answered Dec 17 '10 at 18:10 Flotsam N. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/312840-30-freezing-windows-motherboard-issue
Reply to vpolden RaiddinnMay 23, 2012, 9:39 PM It could be that some program you have tries to do something it can't do after 10 minutes of you turning it on.It We do it 10 times before we do that. Your PSU seems like a decent one, but they do go bad and it is worth swapping out and seeing if that fixes your issue. In my case, it was more likely to do it with more Vcore and less Vcore was more likely to cause error messages.
What I would check as well is the BIOS configuration for the clock generator and the CPU speed. (I don't know your motherboard but maybe it has some overclocking features.) Maybe This will cause you to pull your hair out, and go to the funny farm...(those nice young men in their pretty white coats) E. So I am pretty much out of ideas by now and I am considering replacing the CPU with a brand new FX 6300. There is no error message, it just locks up and I have to shut it down using the power button on the front.
It's definitely not the power supply. Motherboard Failure Symptoms Not necessarily the same video, but a video nevertheless. lololol" -Tokae "NOT FOR SALE IN CALIFORNIA." Reply With Quote 06-14-12,11:11 PM #4 boosteeddc View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Apr 2012 Location winter garden FL Originally Posted Join Date Nov 2005 Location Columbus, Ohio Posts 471 From my experiences with systems freezing at post, bios and/or windows it usually ended up being the motherboard after checking/testing and replacing
Best of luck, vpolden! Last post on 12/20/13 at 8:57am in AMD - General Best 200€ mother board for me! Since it was hardware, and apparently random, I never did find any way to reliably cause the problem, but that should be your goal. The computer froze in the BIOS for the first time.
So I think I may have just been sent defective sticks and will be sending them back to G. Does it freeze, does it crash with a BSOD or boh? Can Motherboard Cause Freezing Uninterruptible Power SupplyAPC Back-UPS 550VA UPS Battery Backup & Surge Protector (BE550G)This article's first photo shows what can happen to a CPU capacitor when the power flow isn't consistent. Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool Can you help pls?
Seems that it was a hard core wall that was impossible to crack in my case! http://codecreview.com/computer-freezing/computer-freezing-please-help.html share|improve this answer answered Dec 10 '10 at 17:52 chris 4,220155277 I'm not exactly sure what you are suggesting here? –KronoS Dec 10 '10 at 17:54 If Last add the hard drive. Discussions Cyber Deals Vendor Discussion Forum Feedback Mod Hotline « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Forum Hardware CPUs AMD CPUs can cpu cause computer to freeze? Cpu Tester
Last post on 12/3/13 at 1:36pm in Intel Motherboards New Full System Build - Requesting Recommendations Last post on 10/19/13 at 4:07am in Intel - General Upgrading from i7-920, recommend system Windows 7 freezes after boot - cpu issue? POWER SUPPLY > Manufacturer & Wattage. http://codecreview.com/computer-freezing/computer-freezing-need-help.html With 4 modules installed, you may have to increase voltage a bit or you could remove 2 modules to rule out a memory issue once and for all.
I've actually been having trouble with my new Corsair HX/AX PSUs dying in me, so I've been through 3 bad PSUs until I got the one I have now. I've also switched breakers to my computers outlets to make sure it wasn't that. 19 answers Last reply Jul 13, 2013 More about motherboard causing hard freezes Tradesman1Jul 10, 2013, 1:13 Cam opem apps and work but CPU overheat protection kicks in at 70 degrees and computer shuts down.
If the system is freezing frequently, this should throw a flag pretty quick. Check List 1. I have also checked cpu temp and that was normal too.RAM timings and voltages are set manually in the BIOS based on manufacturers recommended settings.· OS - Windows 7 x64 · Note that I am not using any CPU temperature monitoring software. –Scott Mitchell Dec 10 '10 at 17:37 2 You should install SpeedFan and let us know the temps... –studiohack♦
Buy one, borrow one--whatever. There is a delay while one uses the power and the other device on that same cable line has to wait its turn because the V/A is different.The problem with having Back in august I bought a graphics card and started having a similar issue except the screen wouldn't go black it would just remain on whatever screen I was on, completely Check This Out so after overclocking it to 4.0 ghz i ran prime95, for about 10 mins the computer froze and wouldnt recover.
You need to provide a link to the sites/pages that cause the issue along with as much info as possible. Reason: Using HTC touch, awkward autospeller words popping up. In fact, of the last 5 freezes over the past month, 4 of them have been while watching a video on Flickr. It was even causing my iMac to freeze.
Overclocking has its place, but be careful to be realistic. I would grab Memtest (get the ISO and burn to a disk) and try that first. Ask ! i test video card, vga/dvi cable,ram,hdd, its finebut when i boot up..sometimes the fan of cpu spinning on and off.
Reply With Quote May 8th, 2011,01:44 PM #9 The CandyMan View Profile View Forum Posts Chocolately LAN Goodness! Please refer to them as well, as they may also help you in your search for the issue.