Shutting down and rebooting alot/ all so not reading my processor right.
Computer shuts down and reboots alot. When my computer reboots it tells me that i have a athlon 1600+ 1.46ghz processor when i have a sempron 2500+ 1.76ghz processor. Please E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org thank you.
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There are devices that can read out boot error codes. They are not that expensive. Most local computer shops have them and could read out your codes.
You might try removing all devices, memory, disk cables, usb, etc and see if it will boot to the BIOS and stay there. If OK, then one by one add back each device and reboot until you find the culprit.
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When you have a thermal shut down, the first thing to check is the Heatsink/fan assembly. When you computer is cool, open the side panel, and power up the computer, and make sure the fan is spinning on the processor. If it is, observe the interior of the computer, and see if there is alot of dust and lint build up around the fan assembly. Obtain some heatsink compound, and carefully remove the clip or bracket that holds down the heatsink fan assembly. carefully clean off the bottom of the heatsink, and the top of the processor, and reapply heatsink compound in a thin layer to each surface, and reattach the heatsink/fan assembly, after you have cleaned it up. this should take care of your problem.!
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The long beed means you have refix RAM memory and processor. For that open cpu cabinet and find motherbord. Refix RAM memory on motherbord. Open processor fan and processor.Then refix both. Clean dust from all parts. Remove pci cards then refix it. Make sure motherbord not ground with cabinet surface. Then check. Let me know if you need more assistance.Thanks.
usually it's a faulty RAM, doesn't it show an error on/during POST ?!?! maybe just a loose connection between board and keyboard?! if you can, debug the process: 1 - check cables 2 - disconnect all cables except keyboard, mouse and monitor -- REBOOT 3 - open the case 4 - how many RAM dimms?!?! 5 - if more than 1, remove one of them and REBOOT exchange them and reboot again. this should help to identify the problem. if all fails.... maybe a faulty board, or processor. or some pci card.
check your power-save settings they could be turning the computer off. it could also be a bad chipset that is getting shorted or a bad fan that is causing the pc to overheat and turn off. hope this helps.