I am having the same problem along with many others, seems to me that this board is a waste of time. PC repair tells me that it is due to the "system timer" how this is fixed, I dont know yet.
Checking for bios drivers at the manufactures web site at this time, will let you know how it turns out. sorry cant b more help
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Hello, usually the computer switching off randomly can be caused by overheating issues. Make sure the cooling fan over the CPU is working, if not you'll have to replace it. You can use compressed air to blow away any dust accumulated into the computer, to ensure maximum cooling efficiency. Another culprit could be the power supply unit (PSU) and you should try replace that (costs less than a new motherboard). If you specify what kind of computer (desktop, notebook) you have and the model I can be more specific. Let me know if this helps you, bye
error39 is a cd/dvd issue im not sure if this will help Fist clean your computer of
dust using a fine air blower from a compressor specifically around your CPU
central processing unit making sure there is no moisture in the air line dust will cause a lot of
static which will make a computer overheat and cause lots of unforeseen
problems Test your power supply unit
if the PSU units fans not working its faulty
One bad lead can cause a computer to continue on a cycle or
to shutdown or fail to detect your hard drive boot up
Test all leads that attach to your hard drive including
the leads from your ((motherboard to your hard drive)) make
sure they have a secure connection and are not faulty or just replace them they
could be faulty make sure all leads that
are attached to your drives dvd\cd 3 1/2 inch floppy have secure connections
and are not faulty or just replace them they could be faulty ? one bad lead will end with
a computer error computer error a computer needs its connections continue its cycle and have an
end to function hope this helps
It seems that you installed something that is causing this problem. What happens is that when you shut Windows down, it has to close all programs running, whether in the foreground or in the background. Now, when all programs are shutting down properly then there is no problem. But when some one decides to resists the shutting down then Windows takes longer to abide by your instructions. You have to find out this/these program/s that you installed recently. Uninstall them if you can do without them. Alternatively close them manually before shutting down. What programs are these? That you alone can find out.
Another reason. Does Windows seem to take longer while "Saving Your Settings"? If that happens, then there may be something wrong with Windows. Be prepared to reinstall Windows. Do not get alarmed, but just keep it at the back of your mind. Keep taking backups of your data regularly to be on the safe side.
Hi there. Try and clear the CMOS, it will be a little plastic coloured jumper next to the motherboard battery like this >>>>>>>
If its there move it over for 30 seconds then put it back. If its not there take the battery out for half an hour. Please make sure you take the power cord from the back of the computer before taking the side panel off to get to the motherboard. Post back if you need to and thanks for using FixYa!!
You said it keeps getting slower. Ok you dont really need to change anything hardware wise as a computer should run as fast as it was when it was new the only problem that could cause it is software problems or malware. As you did nt mention running anti malware software i would suggest that first.
Go to www.malwarebytes.com then run the free trial option. Just select download on the middle of the page. Download and install and make sure to do the full scan once prompted. It will take a couple of hours. Make sure not to heal but delete.
1. Make sure the CPU cooler is on properly. 2. Check your power levels. I had a computer which did this. Turned out to be the PSU which eventually died. A different PSU has had the board going for 5 days now, instead of 1 day or just a few minutes.
check your power supply,earhing problem .proper voltafe .
clean your ram,processor and its position.
check that your bord dont touch the cabinet.
other wise i think your bords register or diode transistor are corrupt.
repair your motherbord chipset if above try are not succes
some times the drivers in it couse them to shut off and restart. tri to update the video driver. sometimes when you put in a mother board the scew's that dont have a washer can short the computer. try to losein some of them. I hope this will help.