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Restart win operating

I have a motherboard d865gl,i replace a hardrive,processor,and memory but my board is still restarts win u start 2 use it....

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  • mrmajer Dec 06, 2007

    hi pls check powersupply +5 or replace power supply unit.

    if u thinks software problem go safemode remove driver.





    thanks

    klk_malik

  • Anonymous Apr 02, 2008

    my computer restart when running windows & other prolem is computer starting prolem one more press the start buttion then start computer please resolve my problems

    javed attari

  • Anonymous Nov 10, 2008

    I have around 20 computers witht this motherboard rebooting. I have changed out nearly all compontents and have not found the answer.

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Have a look at the bios and see if it loses the time, it may be the cmos battery is flat, and also in the standard cmos settings, enable Halt on all Errors and it may give a clue to the fault.

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  • Try using memory modules from the same manufacturer with the same part number and speed.
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