Question about Intel CELERON 2.66Ghz CPU AND MOTHER BOARD (CPU4266CEL) Motherboard
My computer keeps restarting..is it a problem with the software or with the hardware?
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
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Oct 18, 2013 | Intel Computers & Internet
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.
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
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