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Pc restarting by itself.

I just swicht from an asus p4p800mx to a p4p8x- mx because the first one somebody in the house passed the vaccuum cleaner next to it and pulled a lot of cables from the computer and it was recognizing any of my periferial devices or my dvd rom or cd rom. So when I did the change the problem that i am having now is that when the computer tries to start windows it restart itself can you guys help me on this one, I checked all my cables and connections are alright I even did all the connections outside the case just in case that the case was causing the proble but is not. So what could it be?

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  • john paul Nov 22, 2007

    when i turn on the automatic voltage regulator (avr) the fan of my CPU will automatically run even if my computer not yet already push the power botton. But when i check my cdrom drive to connect in the ide it works but no any display on the screen. what shall i do?

  • bemb Dec 28, 2007

    I'M HAVING THE SAME PROBLEM LIKE YOU

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Try to change your RAM maybe your RAM is not compatible in your Motherboard

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The operating system is corrupted. restart, press F8 then restore it. If it won't work, reinstall the Operating system.

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I Think ram problem Do onething first remov system ram just clean and put in same Place. ok byy

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Plz install the operating system

Posted on Oct 06, 2007

Try restarting the system in safe mode by tapping on the F8 key as soon as the power button comes on. Then go to system properties, choose advanced and then click the settings button under start up and recovery. Then uncheck the option "automatic restart" under the system failure. Turn your system off and then restart, you should get a Blue screen with a hexidecimal number that starts with 0x, record that number and then give it to Tech support or look up possible solutions on the net.

Posted on Apr 24, 2007

I doubt that the board will last long because the mobo slowly bends in time due to the stress from the heatsink clip

Posted on Apr 02, 2007

If your using windows XP then most likely windows needs to be reinstalled. Both motherboards are using slightly different chip sets, and windows XP installs itself specifically to the motherboard is set up. If the motherboard is changed it will ether BSOD or reboot without warning as it tries to treat the new board the same as the old one.

Posted on Feb 17, 2007

First see the switch button is pussed . second may power supply wold cause , because some capacitor inside power supply will be damaged due to that the computer will restart again and again , or may be fan of hit sink is not working as much requred parameters requred by cpu .

Posted on Feb 14, 2007

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I would verify all the fans are spooling up does it POST can you get into the bios? try and get into the bios and verify the temperature of the CPU and or the video card.

Posted on Feb 03, 2007

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It may be a ram problem , so ghane the ram and make it bigger

Posted on Feb 03, 2007

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    it may be a ram problem , so change the ram and make it bigger

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Try reapplying thermal compound to the CPU and reseat it. It might just be heating up and restarting due to the heat.

Posted on Oct 16, 2006

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