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Just Reboots with out tell you

I can be playing a game on my computer and it reboot with out telling you what do you do?????

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Re: Just Reboots with out tell you

What RAM are you running? Is it a twinned pair? Occasionally running two sticks of RAM that don't match exactly - to the point that they must come from the same batch- can cause this problem (not helpful when you're mid way through a crucial bit!).

Posted on Feb 19, 2008

Re: Just Reboots with out tell you

I think your processor fan may not be working correctly. Open the case and check to see if the fan is running during a power on.

Posted on Dec 18, 2007

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