Question about HP Pavilion a6755y Refurbished Desktop PC - AMD Phenom X4 9550 2.2 GHz, 6GB DDR2, 640GB HDD, DVDRW,
Check your cpu heat sink fan to see if it is spinning or keeping your cpu cool. if the cpu gets too warm it will cause a shutdown without any notice. having extra fans cooling your system may help. Also, your capacitors may be wearing out or overheating which will eventually mean a new motherboard.
Posted on Jun 24, 2014
It has nothing to do with that switch, YOU MUST USE THE APPROPRITE VOLTAGE, EITHER 115V or 220V. Using the wrong value would completely fry your computer Components. Well especially if the voltage coming in is greater than that represented on the switch. This switch, switches between two different circuits within the Computer Power supply or PSU. One for 115V and another for 220V.
Your PC is overheating, it is shutting down to protect itself from permanently damaging itself. Ensure that your computer components are free of dust. pay special attention to the CPU cooler and Graphics Card cooler. Use a paint brush and Vacuum cleaner. If you are unable to do it then hand it over to a pro, as you have to be aware of ESD, Electro Static Discharge.
Click here to download hardware monitor.
Click here to download GPU-Z.
CPU temps should not exceed 45 degrees centigrade.
GPU temps should not exceed 65 degrees centigrade.
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Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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