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Cpu keeps restarting

My computer keeps restarting..is it a problem with the software or with the hardware?

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FIRST REPLACE YOUR RAM (MEMMORY CARD) OF YOUR PC WITH ANOTHER ONE. IF THE PC RESTART AGAIN THEN REFORMAT YOUR PC THAT IS REINSTALL WITH OS

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Three possibilities...

1. O S problem (Try to get in by F8 key and select "last known good configuration"
2. Some software problem when desktop is opening or start some softwares
3. Hardware problem may you install some new hardware these days if you have two rams then check one by one may any ram creates restart due to electricity problem at your area.

If you can't find the problem with these suggestions then reply to this thread and tell at what stage restart happens and what you did when after that your system starting automatically restart.

Posted on Nov 20, 2008

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    naresh vobilisetti Nov 26, 2015

    when i am shuting down,
    itis restarting plese help me nareshv177@gmail.com

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My computer keep restating randomly


If you are using Win XP,Win 7 the most obvious problem is that there is a system crash taking place, go toDesktop and then My Computer ->Right Click on it and select properties->Advanced System Setting->IN the System and Recovery click the Settings button->Then in the resultant dialog box if in System Failure section Automatically restart is check then uncheck it the next time it will not automatically restart but show you the reason of restarting, and depending on that you can sort out the problem, most probable reason may be Failure or Unstable Driver's or probably Hardware fault like overheating of CPU etc, or a failing component

Hope it helps !

Jan 05, 2013 | HP Compaq nc6400 Notebook

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Instruction manual needed


A little more info is this the no of a motherboard and what make or brand.

Access the CPU-Z website, and click on the "1.55 setup, english" under the "Download latest release" on the right hand column of the page.

http://www.oldversion.com/download-CPU-Z-1.55.html

there is also a later version http://www.oldversion.com/download-CPU-Z-1.60.1.html

You will be taken to a separate download page.


Click on the purple "Download now!" button to begin download. A new window will pop up confirming the download. Click "Save File" to save the setup file to your computer.


Open the executable setup file by double clicking on it. Follow the setup process to install the CPU-Z software. Restart your computer when the software is finished installing. When your computer restarts, click "Start" from the bottom toolbar, then rollover the "All Programs" option. Look for the CPU-Z software and click on it to open the program. The program may take a few minutes to load your information.


Click the "Mainboard" tab at the top of the CPU-Z program window. This will reveal the manufacturer and model of your motherboard. Write down your motherboard information and keep it in a safe place. Click the red "X" in the top right corner of the program window to exit the CPU-Z software.

Sandra Lite Software Option


Access the Sandra download page through the SiSoftware website and click the "Download" button at the bottom of the "Lite" column.


You will be taken to a page with several download options. Select a download site from the "Affiliate Free Download Sites" section, and click on the link to the right of the red arrow.

Click the "Download Now" button on the site that you are taken to.


Double click the Sandra setup file to start the setup process. Follow the setup instructions to install Sandra. Restart your computer when the software is finished installing.


When your computer restarts, click "Start" from the bottom toolbar, then rollover the "All Programs" option. Look for Sandra under the SiSoftware category and click on it to open the program.

The program may take a few minutes to load your information.


Click the "Hardware" tab at the top of the Sandra program window, then double click on "Mainboard." This will reveal the manufacturer and model of your motherboard.


Write down your motherboard information.

Click the red "X" in the top right corner of the program window to exit the Sandra program.


hope this helps




Nov 21, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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How do i tell what kind of motherboard i have


Access the CPU-Z website, and click on the "1.55 setup, english" under the "Download latest release" on the right hand column of the page.

http://www.oldversion.com/download-CPU-Z-1.55.html

You will be taken to a separate download page.


Click on the purple "Download now!" button to begin download. A new window will pop up confirming the download. Click "Save File" to save the setup file to your computer.


Open the executable setup file by double clicking on it. Follow the setup process to install the CPU-Z software. Restart your computer when the software is finished installing. When your computer restarts, click "Start" from the bottom toolbar, then rollover the "All Programs" option. Look for the CPU-Z software and click on it to open the program. The program may take a few minutes to load your information.


Click the "Mainboard" tab at the top of the CPU-Z program window. This will reveal the manufacturer and model of your motherboard. Write down your motherboard information and keep it in a safe place. Click the red "X" in the top right corner of the program window to exit the CPU-Z software.

Sandra Lite Software Option


Access the Sandra download page through the SiSoftware website and click the "Download" button at the bottom of the "Lite" column.


You will be taken to a page with several download options. Select a download site from the "Affiliate Free Download Sites" section, and click on the link to the right of the red arrow.

Click the "Download Now" button on the site that you are taken to.


Double click the Sandra setup file to start the setup process. Follow the setup instructions to install Sandra. Restart your computer when the software is finished installing.


When your computer restarts, click "Start" from the bottom toolbar, then rollover the "All Programs" option. Look for Sandra under the SiSoftware category and click on it to open the program.

The program may take a few minutes to load your information.


Click the "Hardware" tab at the top of the Sandra program window, then double click on "Mainboard." This will reveal the manufacturer and model of your motherboard.


Write down your motherboard information.

Click the red "X" in the top right corner of the program window to exit the Sandra program.


hope this helps



Sep 08, 2012 | Acer Computers & Internet

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Computer comes on and is fine for a while then just cuts off,then turn it back on then its fine for a while then cuts back off.


Hello

To start with, you should check all your hardware. A loose connection somewhere or a faulty piece of hardware could be the reason, the computer keeps rebooting itself. In case your RAM stick is not fitted properly, or is corrupt, the computer displays an error message on the screen and keeps rebooting itself. The same problem occurs with a hard disk. You can use 'Memtest86' to run a hard drive check.

You may at times come across an error message on your screen, like a system failure error, before rebooting by itself. There is a particular solution to this type of problem. You should first go to the My Computer icon and right click on it. Select properties, and a window will appear on your screen. Click Advanced tab → Start Up and Recovery → Settings. After clicking the settings option, you will have to uncheck the box next to Automatically Restart. Click OK twice. This will prevent the computer from rebooting itself and you can redress the issue.

A different way to tackle the problem of 'computer keeps rebooting itself', would be to restart your computer in the Safe Mode. Allow the computer to boot fully and let your windows operating system load fully. Now, if your computer keeps rebooting itself even in the safe mode, there is a problem either with the operating system or hardware. And if your computer is not rebooting itself in safe mode, the problem is related to certain software.

Over heating is another reason why your computer keeps rebooting itself. Not many people pay attention to this aspect though. The fan responsible for keeping the CPU cool, may be malfunctioning or there could be dirt settled between the fan and CPU. Any one of these could be the reason for your problem. Either clean the fan area, or replace it if necessary. Try providing proper ventilation for your CPU, so that it stays as cool as possible.

You computer could reboot on it's own if you have installed improper drivers. Right click on the 'My Computer' icon, and click on 'Properties' from the menu list which appears. A new window will open. Select the 'Hardware' tab, and click on 'Device Manager'. A list will be displayed on the screen in which you will have to check all categories. Is you see any red or yellow warning icons, make sure you update that particular driver from the internet.

Dec 13, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Computer hangs some time monitor disappears some time doesnot boot


Hi,
From that I don't foresee it a hardware issue, probably is software.
Some things you could try off the bat:
- On startup, open task manager [ctrl+shift+esc] > processes tab > what is the cpu at and is any one app hogging the cpu?
- Start > run > msconfig > startup tab > disable everything except for what needs to startup, which is pretty much just your internet securitymag-glass_10x10.gif apps > apply > close > restart.
- Defrag your hard drive. My computer > right click hdd > properties > tools > defragment > restart after done.

Jan 28, 2010 | HP Compaq Evo Notebook N410c

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My pc is keep on restarting


format it once again correctly......... and if the problem exists again then its hardware problem........... may be its your ram problem......

Jul 16, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2 Full...

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Restarting computer


just go to safe mode...back up all files then reformat your pc so that the virus will erase..and then put an anti virus.

Jul 22, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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NaRly


First check that it is not overheating due to build up of dust in the vents and the fans and heatsinks on the CPU and VGA card.

Also try booting in safe mode - press F8 repeatedly during the POST until you get a menu to "start in safe mode" or similar

post back results for more advice

Jul 22, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Upgrade from Pentium 3 to Pentium 4


what socket is the Pentium 3? Socket A. The sockets have to be compatible for example you can't upgrade a Dual Core for a Core 2 Duo because although the chipsets look the same the motherboard may not support the new instruction set. I had this problem recently as i wanted to upgrade my Intel Celeron D 3.02ghz to the Pentium Dual Core 1.8ghz and although the chips were identical and fitted perfectly in my mobo, the actual mobo i was using (foxconn) wouldnt work with it forcing me to buy an ASRock mobo and replace the entire system.

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My computer is restarting all the time. How can I check why this is happening?


First, make sure you have anti-virus software that is up to date and the computer isn?t infected with anything. If it?s not a virus, restart the computer and enter Safe Mode (press F8 while the computer is loading), and wait a few minutes. If the computer doesn?t restart itself in Safe Mode, then you might be having a software problem. If it does, it?s a hardware problem. There are a lot of possibilities. The problem with windows is that it restarts automatically every time there?s a problem and it?s hard to see the message that appears detailing the problem. To change that? go to System Properties in the Control Panel and click on Advanced>startup and recovery>settings. Remove the check no ?Automatically restart?. Next time the problem occurs you?ll get some more information about it that would help you solve it. Good luck.

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