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Hanging computer as soon as i start my computer it shows a message" YOUR COMPUTER HAS BEEN SHUT DOWN DUE TO A THERMAL EVENT. PLEASE REPLACE THE UNIT" which unit should i replace.

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Check the cpu fan when you start the computer... does it turn. if not replace it.

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In dg41wv server 2003 is not loading


problems in Windows Server 2003

To start the computer by using Last Known Good Configuration, follow these steps:

Click Start, and then click Shut Down.


Click Restart, and then click OK.

When you see the message Please select the operating system to start, press the F8 key.


Use the arrow keys to select Last Known Good Configuration, and then press Enter.



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Note NUM LOCK must be off before the arrow keys on the numeric keypad will function.

If you are running other operating systems on the computer, click Microsoft Windows Server 2003 on the list, and then press Enter.

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Notes

By selecting Last Known Good Configuration, you can recover from problems such as a newly added driver that may be incorrect for your hardware.


This feature does not solve problems caused by corrupted or missing drivers or files.

When you select Last Known Good Configuration, only the information in the following registry key is restored:

HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet



Any changes that you have made in other registry keys remain.

If you can start your computer by using the Last Known Good Configuration feature, the last change that you made to the computer (for example, the installation of a driver) may be the cause of the incorrect startup behavior.


if this fails to fix the problem try to repair in safe mode



How to start the computer in safe mode

When you start the computer in safe mode, Windows loads only the drivers and computer services that you need.

You can use safe mode when you have to identify and resolve problems that are caused by faulty drivers, programs, or services that start automatically.






If the computer starts successfully in safe mode but it does not start in normal mode, the computer may have a conflict with the hardware settings or the resources. There may be incompatibilities with programs, services, or drivers, or there may be registry damage. In safe mode, you can disable or remove a program, service, or device driver that may prevent the computer from starting correctly.

To troubleshoot startup problems in safe mode, follow these steps:

Click Start, and then click Shut Down.

Click Restart, and then click OK.

When you see the message Please select the operating system to start, press F8.

On the Windows Advanced Option Menu, use the arrow keys to select Safe Mode, and then press Enter.



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Note Num Lock must be off before the arrow keys on the numeric keypad will function.

If you are running other operating systems on the computer, click Microsoft Windows Server 2003 on the list, and then press Enter.

Do one of the following:

If the computer does not start in safe mode, try starting the computer by using the Recovery Console. If you still cannot start the computer, look for possible hardware problems, such as defective devices, installation problems, cabling problems, or connector problems. Remove any hardware that was added recently, and then restart the computer to see if the problem is resolved.

If the computer starts in safe mode, go to the next section to continue to troubleshoot the startup issue.

Use Event Viewer to identify the cause of the startup problem

View the event logs in Event Viewer for information that can help you identify and diagnose the cause of the startup problem.


To view events that are recorded in the event logs, follow these steps

Do one of the following:

Click Start, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Event Viewer.

Start the Event Viewer snap-in in Microsoft Management Console (MMC).

In the console tree, expand Event Viewer, and then click the log that you want to view. For example, click System log or Application log.

In the details pane, double-click the event that you want to view.

To copy the details of the event, click Copy, open a new document in the program in which you want to paste the event (for example, Microsoft Word), and then click Paste on the Edit menu.

To view the description of the previous event or the next event, press the UP ARROW key or the DOWN ARROW key.


Use this tool to help identify possible problem devices and device conflicts.

To do this, follow these steps.

click start control panel administrative tools computer management then select event viewer this may vary depending on what operating system you have

extend the events there you will see errors in red you will no what exactly what the error was and at what time it occurred

you might be able work your way through the problem

hope this helps

Sep 01, 2012 | INTEL - MOTHERBOARDS Dg41wv Uatx Intel Gma...

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HI I have a D865 PERL m/b. The CPU overheated, due to a load of dust blocking the heatsink fins. I have cleaned it all up and the heatsink should be fine now, but when I try and boot I get a message...


During the boot process you will see on the screen to press a certain key to enter setup
Press and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS you can load failsafe defaults or load optimized defaults ,press escape then press f10 to save to cmos to restart
or
During the boot process tap the f8 button three times this will boot into safe mode where the only things working will be your mouse and keyboard enabling you to attempt to repair your computer
Also you might try
Turn Off the computer, now as soon as you hit the power button, keep on holding "Alt" key & keep on tapping "F10 key,ie: Alt+F10, it will open the recovery console ,select full factory restore and follow on screen instruction. (Note:this will erase all datas on the computer)
hope this helps

May 14, 2011 | Intel D865PERL Motherboard

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De computer shut down when i copy files


Test or replace your PSU power supply unit if the units fan is not working its faulty

one bad/faulty lead can cause a computer with lots of problems continually rebooting or failing to detect your drive

replace all the leads that attach to your hard drive including electrical extensions + IDE,SATA the ones that attach from your ((motherboard to hard drive))

make sure all leads that are attached to your drives dvd\cd 3 1/2 inch floppy have secure connections and are not faulty or just replace them they are probably old and faulty ?
also
could have been memory dump
memory dump click start right click on my computer,properties advanced scroll down to system and recovery open settings write and debugging information the drop down button select none

or
go into control panel administrive tools computer management then select event viewer depending on what operating sytem you have this may vary
extend the events there you will see errors in red you will no what exactly what the error was and at what time it occured you might be able to uninstall then reinstall some of these files/software
or
scroll to the bottom toolbar (bottom of screen) right click you can select task manager applications also processes you will see whats running on your computer you might have a virus also select users you will see who is using your computer

dont forget to vote

hope this helps


Feb 07, 2011 | Intel 865G Motherboard

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My computer keeps hanging


OVERHEAT IS possible please check the fan and apply new thermopaste also reset bios to safe settings

Oct 27, 2009 | Biostar P4M890-M7 Motherboard

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Packard bell utow co20 the computer will stay on for as long as I dont use it, but as soon as I start useing it it will shut down in about 5 mins


First things first: "work" in giving this away has dodged the "responsible disposal" bullet. Drivers for this unit are probably limited to windows 98 or earlier, as the last Packard-Bell was produced in that era. Drivers for sound in particular were Packard-Bell only, and since they aren't around any more unless you can get your hands on the original installation CD you're out of luck to make the existing soundcard work. You do howrever have the option to install a newer soundcard, that should fix that issue. As for the shutting down, make sure the heatsink has good thermal contact with the processor as it sounds like the processor may be overheating. If there's a fan make sure it is running.

You've got a challenge if you want to see it all work, have fun.

May 30, 2009 | Packard Bell DR724 Motherboard

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Computer does not boot


If you computer over heated, this could have caused the board or power supply to short. I would first start by trying a new power supply unit (since this is cheapest of the options). If that does not work then try replacing the motherboard and/or processor. Since you not getting any power, my guess is motherboard or power supply unit.

Apr 20, 2009 | Intel Desktop Board D845PEBT2 Motherboard

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Dell opteplix gx270 problem


It is either dust build up on the CPU heatsink under the fan or that model is known for blown capacitors...
Open case and check motherboard for blown capicitors and / or dust build up on CPU heatsink
And if there are any bad capacitors then you will need to replace the motherboard.

Sep 10, 2008 | Dell (4T274-DE) Motherboard

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CPU fan stops, computer shuts down


You must have the CPU fan plugged into the CPU fan power connector or the system can not monitor the fans speed. Your PC will shut down & give you that message. (The fan must be connected to the correct power plug).
If when you did replace the CPU's fan & had to remove the heat sink, which is where the fan screws into & did not clean the old thermal grease off the CPU & heatsink & replace with new thermal grease than your CPU will still overheat. If you add thermal grease over top of old thermal grease your CPU will over heat.
This is all a balancing act. If any one is not correct your system will shut down. (This is better than killing the CPU).
To remove old thermal grease use a clean cloth damped with house hold alcohol & use the same on the bottom of the heatsink. Please allow plenty of time for the alcohol to dry.

Good Luck! Take your time.
Mike

Mar 30, 2008 | HP (P2074-63003) Motherboard

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Mistankenly i connect config jumper on fan connecctor


Try resetting the BIOS to default,and see if it clears the error.
let me know if this works.
Thanks

Dec 12, 2007 | Intel D945GNT Motherboard

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