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COMPUTER SHUT DOWN THEN RESTAERT BY ITSELF. Asrock GFSB800 motherboard

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  • ultimitloozr May 11, 2010

    Is it doing a normal shutdown or is it a crash dump? (Does it blue-screen first?) If it is a crash dump, there will be one or more entires in the Event Log that may indicate why it is crashing. There may also be dump files on your computer that can give systems and software engineers information on what is causing the problem.



    If it isn't a crash dump, you should do a complete scan for viruses and other malware that may be infecting your system.

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Check your fans inside on motherboard are working. any component that gets hot on the motherB will reset the computer so it will not burn your processor. if thats not the problem, check videocard. adding another fan to take heat out of computer case also good idea.

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