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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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What is computer hardware


COMPUTER HARDWARE IS.THE HDD OR THE VIDEOCARD OR THE MOTHERBOARD AND THE PROCESSOR (CPU).
EVERYTHING WHAT NEEDS TO MAKE THE COMPUTER RUN.

COMPUTER SOFTWARE NEEDS FOR THE Os WIN7 FOR EXEMPLE AND OTHER PROGRAMS.

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Auto restart


Your machine is rebooting itself while you watch a movie on it? Could be a couple of things. First, is this a laptop or desktop? When is the last time you updated your video drivers? If this is a laptop, does it get very hot just before rebooting?

Theories work like so:
1. older video drivers can be causing a cpu panic condition due to a bug. This is more common with PC games vs. watching movies, but still possible. Updating your video drivers may help fix the problem if that's the cause.
2. heat: if the computer overheats, it will reboot to protect itself. As for why it's getting hot--could be that your video hardware or cpu is getting too hot playing the movie. Could be that your cooling fans are bad. This is why I asked about the machine getting hot.

Another possibility is the need to update either your BIOS or hardware drivers.

Please post more info if you require additional help.

Oct 18, 2013 | Intel 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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My cpu is on just i power off the monitor.,series is samsung SyncMasterB1930 is the model., now when i am trying to on the monitor the monitor is not responding it is still power off mode.


First check if the monitor is functional by removing the monitor cable connected to the CPU, once disconnected you should see a onscreen display on the monitor (Keep the power cable intact).

Second check if the CPU is working (not stuck / hung) if you hear the windows logging on sound, then your CPU is fine. If you do not have sound enabled during startup or no speakers then once the system is on give it some time to load windows and then keep tapping the Caps lock or the num lock key, if the lights respond / glow on and off when you press the keys then the CPU is working.

Third check if the CPU has two display ports (in case if you have a onboard VGA and a seperate video card) disconnect it from one port and insert it in another port and restart the computer and see it it works. If you do not have two video ports then skip this step.

Fourth - Restart the computer and keep tapping F8 Key while restarting, in the windows advanced menu choose enable VGA mode or Low resolution video mode (based on XP or Vista/Win 7 the menu changes), if you can see that menu then the issue is with the display settings only. Once in VGA mode or low resolution mode reduce the video resolution settings and restart the computer.

Please revert if you need further assistance, or clarification.
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Jan 03, 2011 | Samsung Computers & Internet

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My imac 6,1 is freezing (locking) up frequently, especially while working in iphoto and final cut. It also gets lines across the screen, sometimes an application freezes halfway while closing, and a couple...


I'm sure if you open up the Console app in utilities and search for NVDA, you'll see opengl errors. I also assume you have an NVIDIA GeForce 7300 GT.

I believe this is a fairly common problem with the Nvidia cards. When you do anything that uses the GPU heavily, it overheats and it is fried. Apple won't admit to it and fix for free. You have to pay for repair.

Nov 12, 2009 | Apple (661-2795) for iMac Motherboard

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Computer restart


Restarts are often power related. Either your power supply is failing or underpowered, or the voltage regulation modules on the motherboard are failing. Look at all the capacitors (they look like little batteries) on the motherboard and look for brown/orange seepage, if you see some then you will need to replace your motherboard.

Next to test your power supply, unplugg as many devices as possible, remove add-in network and sound cards, unplugg unnecessary USB devices, and rerun your job. If it reboots still then there is a good chance that your power supply is the problem.

Of course, like most computer problems, it is important to rule out software as the culprit. Since corrupted drivers and program files can cause Windows to reboot the computer. The easiest way for you to test this is to re-install Windows. A fresh install of Windows that still reboots will point out a hardware problem.

Jun 20, 2008 | Intel D865GBF Motherboard

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System Restart regularly


Sounds to me like your power supply may be failing or loose connections.

You don't mention if you're overclocking the CPU. Double-check the BIOS settings to make sure things are set properly.

Another thing to check is if the CPU is overheating. Make sure the heat sink is still firmly attached to the CPU and that the CPU fan is operating.

Dec 07, 2007 | ASUS A8N-VM Motherboard

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Pc restarting.


Hi,

If your PC (and I will assume a desktop) restarts without going into a dump or blue screen of death (BSOD), it is possible that you have a hardware fault. The possibilities could be:
1. defective capacitors near the CPU.They should be visually checked for any swelling, dielectric leakage or anything out of the ordinary. If the top is bulging, then they have overheated;
2. defective/underrated power supply; and/or
3. defective (or slow) CPU fan (or sometimes that of the video card).

In some instances, some virus have been known to cause a forced restart.

Hope this be of some help/idea. Pls post back with brand/model of your PC/motherboard or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Dec 03, 2007 | Computers & Internet

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Reg-problems facing while operating computer


check bios setup (pres del or f10 at startup) for cpu speed if speed is mentioned less than actual then change to the right value. if cpu speed is ok in bios then speed info might have changed from registry. my computer>hkey_local_machine>hardware>description>system>central processor>hightlight o folder>on the right pane select processor name status> change this to original value.

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