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Spontaneous Rebooting I love this machine, but for the last 6 months or so, particularly when accessing the internet, but at other times as well, the computer just spontaneously reboots. Tried to reload Windows XP but the computer keeps rebooting and will not even let me get that far. Have traded out the hard drive and ram but get the same problem. Can only trace it back to a motherboard problem.

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Try to replace PSU (power supply unit), with some good brand, like HEC

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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 Motherboards

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Making a bench machine on the tyan dual core pentium III mother board


Rebooting is tipical of Windows XP when there is an important error. Most of the time this error is coming from the hardware.
There is a way to know the error code that make Windows XP mad, but you have to eliminate the automatic restart option.
With your mouse right click on My Computer, select properties, select advanced and you should see something similar:
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deselect Automatically restart.
At this point next time you will have the error instead of rebooting you will see a blue screen with some message at the top and some code at the bottom, please write them down and post them here.

In case you cannot even enter in Windows XP because is keeping rebooting too fast, try to do the above steps in Safe mode.
To enter in Windows in Safe mode you have to press F8 as soon as you boot and before you see the windows logo on you screen, then select safe mode and repeat the steps above.
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Last but not least, please send me the exact type of motherboard, processor and memory that you are using.

Oct 30, 2007 | Tyan Trinity 450 (S2507S) Motherboard

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My motherboard Biostar GF7100P need to program bios ,\r\nmy motherboard only turn on but do not action ( no picture in screen , no beep in motherboard ) my pci post code card show "FF" code in...


The first thing that I would do is check the MoBo's website and find a RAM compatibilty chart. Make sure that you Mobo doesnt have any know issues with your particular RAM. You may also check the RAM's website and look for compatible RAM for your MOBO. Rule this out first. The Sata F6 thing depends on the MOBO I think that most of the time you do have to f6 the drivers however on my ASUS this was not necsessay. My cut at this would be to take everything out of your system except for the few components that it requires to boot up and load the OS. RAM, Video Card, CD ROM, maybe the Floppy. Reformat your HD so that you can start over clean. Make sure that you have each cable plugged into the mobo correctly as well as the component. Reformat, then reload the OS. Start to load the system drivers one at the time rebooting after each is loaded. Pay attention to what you did last if the problem shows up again. This will probably point you to the issue. If every thing installs correctly without any problems then start putting the other hardware in one piece at the time loading the drivers andsoftware for each component then rebooting and ruung some stress test before moving to the next component.

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I purchased an HP G72-261US Notebook on Aug. 1. Told to visit https://officedepot.support.com/feature/6monthpromo in order to redeme 6 months of Online Tech ISupport. I have tried this many times and never...


Your links https://officedepot.support.com/feature/6monthpromo is similar to this one http://corp.support.com/6monthpromo (when you open the first one, it'll direct you to the second page). If you can't access both, please try to disable the firewall of the server or your system and try again.

Good luck.

Thanks for using FixYa.

Aug 12, 2010 | Motherboards

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I lose connection from the nic card after a period of time. Then I can either remove the driver and reinstall the Win 7 driver again .. or reboot the machine.


Do you think that reinstalling the driver or rebooting is actually fixing it or is it possible you are just getting your connection back in the time youre doing these things. Next time it happens just leave it and see if it just comes back on its own. Its possible your internet provider is losing packets of data causing you to lose connection, they can check your line for you to see.. Also if you are on an ADLS 2 connection check that you have ADSL 2 line filters. Hope this helps cheers from Scott

Jun 18, 2010 | Intel DX58SO Motherboard

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LED on abit ST6


every motherboard should have a led light always on to indicate that there if power in it. the problem with system rebooting has to do with the ram or processor, since you said it does not recognize the hdd at times that means that the ram is working abnormally i.e it is week, u know ram means random access memory, so change the ram and make sure u get the right ram for your system

Jul 11, 2009 | Abit ST6 Motherboard

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Asus system will not stay connected to the internet


Hi,
Sounds like a great system! I suggest you disable the local LAN on your computer (in BIOS) and install an ethernet card. They cost about $10.00 on Newegg.com

Could be ASUS had a problem with onboard Lan chip.

It's worth a shot...

Hank


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Rebooting problem with Creative SB Audigy.


try to disable the on board modem as well

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Asus M2A-VM Audio will not stay installed


Hi,

Have you downloaded the most current audio drivers for your motherboard from ASUS website?

Direct driver link here

(50MB file)

Apr 12, 2008 | ASUS M2A-VM (0610839149438) Motherboard

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