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If it were a BSOD i would have been able to figure out the root of the problem by now. 02-14-2012, 02:07 PM #4 greenbrucelee Moderator Hardware Team Answered by: Matthew, An Expert in the PC Repair Services Category When a computer reboots itself it can indicate any one of a number of problems. If your power supply do not have a power switch, you will have to unplug the system from the wall outlet.This must be done as soon as possible so that the If you recently added a piece of hardware, shut down your computer and remove the new hardware that you added. this contact form

We need honest/correct answers to our questions.. I have also been monitoring the temperatures and they are all within normal limits at the time of the restart. If you don't get the same type then you may have to do a repair installation of Windows to get it to recognize it. The second is when your power supply is going bad. http://www.pcworld.com/article/2974060/windows/when-your-computer-reboots-itself-over-and-over-again.html

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I will do the fumark test? HELLLLLPPPPP!!!!! Usually a good UPS will handle the issue. My initial thought was CPU...

For an update on the RAM situation: The 8g of ram arrived, so i swapped those in in place of the 8g i had, just to see if the restarting had Computer keeps rebooting by itself, without letting me go to window's login. HELLLLLPPPPP!!!!! Computer Restarts On Its Own Windows 10 Just built a PC, but it restarts by itself and I get no video output Pc turns on with no screen then restarts itself with no screen again Newly Built PC

HELLLLLPPPPP!!!!! 1. Created by Anand Khanse. What is Zerys? http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1672386/computer-rebooting-pretty-stumped.html good luck, THIS IS JUST IF YOUR PROBLEMS ARE CONTINUING AFTER YOUR NEW PSU WAS INSTALLED littleleoDec 3, 2014, 1:16 AM You should have you system plugged into a surge protector

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Computer Help forum About This ForumCNET's forum on computer help is the best source for finding the solutions to your computer problems. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f299/solved-computer-restarts-itself-randomly-as-if-i-pressed-the-restart-button-on-the-630330.html HELLLLLPPPPP!!!!! Computer Keeps Rebooting On Startup Each time you try a different stick you will put in the last one removed in the place of the one you are currently removing until the problem stick(s) have been Computer Keeps Restarting Windows 7 If no virus or malware is found, carefully and thoroughly check all connections.

And... You can read my previous article for details on using it. Generally these issues can be narrowed down to one of 3 issues, any of which can be easily dealt with.The first likely cause of the computer shutting down and restarting on Where in the event viewer should I be looking at?No extra power supply... Pc Keeps Restarting Before Bios

CCTzerMay 16, 2013, 5:42 AM ok, I replaced my psu for a bit better one and have been not had a reboot for over 24hours now... I guess switching the power cable, or the outlet is what fixed it, unless it had something to do with my RAM settings (this would usually produce a blue screen). I have RMA'd those sticks as well, and am currently waiting for the replacements to return. There’s a setting you can change that will give you at least a hint of the problem.

Don't uncheck System Tray, Scan Registry, or your Virus Scan startup programs. Computer Keeps Restarting Before Windows Loads I need my PC for school and I can't get any work done because it wont act righ! There is no real method to check the motherboard at home and if it's bad then it's the hardest part to replace since everything else is connected to it.

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the operation system is windows XP ...and i tired all the advice, that you listed in the last reply...i don't know much about computers so all the stuff you have just Restart the computer, run the programs, and generally test to make sure that any necessary files haven't been removed. When you create a new word document your computer automatically creates a normal.dot template.Do a 'search' for Normal.dot files. Related Questions I think I have a DVD Player issue.

Find out what is giving this message. Home News Windows Downloads Security Edge IE Office Phone General Forum About Windows computer restarts without warning RECOMMENDED: Click here to fix Windows errors and improve system performance If your Windows Anything that I can check?Thanks guys! 10 answers Last reply Jul 24, 2012 Best Answer Aug 5, 2012 More about restarts itself blue screen anywarning XenturionJul 24, 2012, 8:56 PM One Windows 7 users may want to consider repairing Windows 7.

There are several reasons that could cause this to happen. BROWSE PC HELP INFORMATION Computer Categories: - PC Troubleshooting - Networking - Windows - Microsoft Office - Spyware - Virus - Hardware - Software Learn More: - Computer Tutorials - Video But it could be something more difficult, such as defective RAM.