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Yes u change u r bios cell. otherwise u change ur bios chip

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Computer unexpectedly reboots

There could be a number of things wrong with the system that would cause it to randomly reboot.

1. Try an antivirus scan. Use a good, trustworthy antivirus software to scan for viruses. There are good, free software programs out there such as Avast! Free, Avira Free and AVG Free, if you don't already have an antivirus.
2. Is the computer overheating? Check to make sure your rear vents on the computer are not blocked or obstructed. If you aren't scared to open up the case, check to make sure it isn't clogged with dust. You could also try to check for faulty cooling fans inside the system.
3. Is there a problem with Windows? Have you made any changes to Windows recently? You can try a system restore, defragmenting the disk or running a disk cleanup.

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My ps3 over heats and reboots itself

Put PS3 in horizontal position, clean the dust with a household vacuum or pressurized air. Make sure there is 10 cm gap around PS3. And NEVER use intercoolers - this can be the cause of overheating, because instead of cooling they don't let internal system to function properly. Also turn off Information Board (this totally useless feature can cause freezes too).

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Computer goes off and reboots

Probablt the CPU is overheating. Clear all dust from the CPU fan and vents

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My gateway Ml3706 laptop shuts off after 5-10 min of using. they keyboard gets hot and the fan does not click in. i cleaned the computer of dust but im not sure if i need to pull the fan out and clean it...

Random reboots are usually an overheating problem. First step is to look into the vents and see if they are clear of dust, fuzz, animal hair etc.
If they are clear you will need to access the fan/heatsink. The heatsink can accumulate dust depending on the design. If the fan sounds "abnormally loud" it could have bad bearings from dust and dirt and may need to be replaced.
Most laptops come with some way to monitor the temp, usually in the bios. Occasionally they come with a utility. You can use that to check the heat levels.

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Automatic shutdown without notice

its because CPU get hot. check the cpu fan or
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Computer spontanious restarts when it is busy

I suspect the following:

1. Overheating
2. power supply failing
3. system error (blue screen)

I suspect the 3rd. to find out, you need to disable automatic restart. to do that, get on desktop and right click on my computer -> properties -> advanced properties or settings. Im not sure mine is in finnish. Make sure the following checkbox is unchecked: It reads automatic restart.

Now if you start geting blue screens type up what it reads and tell me. :)

In cases of 1 and 2.
1. open the pc case and clean the dust
2. not relevant yet.


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Computer reboots

Hi cool,

Is your Computer keeps on recycling from booting and never finish to load your OS?

As far as i know you got a problem with you CPU, your computer processor is overheating inside that's why it keeps your PC recycling it's power.

Try to go to the BIOS setup menu, and go to the cpu temperature and you will that your PC is heating up.

Hope it helps & give you an exact reason.



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Random shutdown for no reason

Is the laptop hot?

Would you say the reboots are totally random, or more only when you have several programs (or large memory eating programs open)?

If you disable automatic restarting you will see the BSOD that is causing the problem.

Right Click My Computer
Click Properties
Click Advanced
Click Settings (For startup and recovery)
Uncheck the "Automaticaly restart " box.

Run your game, and report back the 0x000000 mesassage :)

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System reboot automaticly

take the side off the pc and check for air circulation blockage, clean off any dust on the heatsink and fan incase it is an overheating problem, if so leave the side off and see if it still reboots. If it's not a heat problem then it must be a driver fault, go to control panel> performance and maintanance>administratve tools>event viewer and look in the left column and click at programmes and software and then on the right see if there are any red crosses or exclamation marks, if so right click on the line and then click properties to give a clue as to the problem.

Sep 14, 2007 | Asrock P4I45GV R5 Motherboard

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