Question about ASUS Essentio Computers & Internet
My computer keeps restarting itself everytime i try to play a game. At first it was only a couple times a day, but now it is every five to ten minutes, when i enter a game. It will just randomly restart itself and i thought it was because of over heating and the dust, so i cleaned it out and made sure that there was no dust in the fan. But i cant seem to fix the problem and im all out of solutions! Can you please help me figure this problem out?
Posted by Anonymous on
It seems your power supply can't supply your computer power as needed so you need to replace your power supply. Use 500 watts pure power supply to avoid this problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Feb 22, 2006
Try uninstalling the joystick both physically and the driver then reboot. Open the game after the reboot and see if the computer restarts. If it does, then it may be something other than the joystick. I would also try other games if at all possible.
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
SOURCE: Error Maplestory
hi,first during power on hit f8 and boot in safe mode...then click on start...all programs.... accessorries......system tools..........then click on system restore.....click on restore to previous date.... click next and select some earlier date when it worked fine and follow... u will bw good to go...
let me know...
Posted on May 26, 2008
The processor fan should always be spinning; the variance is how fast it is spinning to dissipate the heat. The audible you would hear was most likely the fan spinning faster.
Take off the side of your case and turn on your PC. Is the processor fan spinning?
Also if it is a fan issue you will begin to experience heat issues on your processor that will start to force your PC to shut down in order to protect itself. I don't suggest you allow this to continue to happen as you will eventually fry the processor.
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
SOURCE: Buffer Override Detected
A buffer is a place to store data. You have a buffer overrun when to much data is sent to that place. It is used a lot by people who write virus programs and try to start a virus. It would be a good idea to check your entire drive for virus. The above link explains the same thing.
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Posted on Feb 09, 2009
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