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Re: suddenly pc restarted.
Your CPU is overheating 1) Turn off computer and remove case side 2) remove fan from "heatsink" do NOT remove Heatsink "Usually this is stuck with solidified heat paste" 3) clean all dust and dirt from heatsink and fan. 4) vacuum out case Include behind power supply and video card.and any other fans 5) use stiff brush and vacuum outside of power supply Reboot and see if still restarts if not everything OK shutdown PC and refit case side. This is a common problem on a lot of computers as the environment they are used in is usually dusty. I do mine every 3/4 months and have no problems like this Please when works give me a fixya
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First of all disconnect all peropheral connected to your motherboard. Take out Your RAM and clean it with soft clothe. Reinsert ram and restart your PC. If you can get display at this point then shut down your PC connect all peripheral back and restart your PC.
Any are all of the above, not to mention the possibility of a power supply issue. I would start with reinstalling windows, and see if the problem persists. Windows XP runs much better with more memory about 2 gig. If the reinstall does not clear the issue, check your power supply, it may need replacing.
Simple test - leave only the 512 stick and go into the BIOS and see if the memory is correctly recognized. If it isn't then it's defective. If it is then download, burn and boot from
http://www.pclinuxos.com/ and run the memtest to be sure. If the memory is ok then you will have to reinstall Windows - it doesn't like the new memory.
Hello You answered your problem my friend Its a ram problem,try to take out the corrupted ram ( slot1) and start your computer. Generally this Stop message indicates that a kernel-mode process or driver
attempted to access a memory address to which it did not have
permission to access. The most common cause of this error is an
incorrect or corrupted pointer that references an incorrect location in
memory. . When it occurs
in kernel mode, it generates a STOP 0x0000000A message. If you
encounter this error while upgrading to a newer version of Windows, it
might be caused by a device driver, a system service, a virus scanner,
or a backup tool that is incompatible with the new version.
Nowadays, motherboards supports only a selected number of RAMs. You have to read the manual and select from the given models.
I am not talking about DDR2 or 667MHz. The manual will state the manufacturer (ex. Kingston) model no (KVR667XXXXXX) etc. Only those stated in the manual will work correctly with your motherboard.