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Asrock P4i45gv motherboard problem

Dear sir, Last week my system is restart automaticly again & again then i am remove the motherboard & plaste the headsink inthe cpu cooling fan then start my computer cpu fan is running but no display no beep sound please solve this problem & guide to me . thankyou

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I am remove the motherboard & plaste the headsink inthe cpu cooling fan then start my computer cpu fan is running but no cpu heet no beep sound

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It sounds as though your cmos chip is damaged; if you are unable to get as far as the bios when pressing F2 or Del on boot up, then you may need to replace the motherboard. Also reseat your memory as that is another cause and check the Cr2032 cmos disc shaped battery as this may be flat and the original cause of constant reboot cycle. Lastly this also happens if you have changed any hardwre in your pc as windows will not boot if there have been major changes to hardware and windows will have to be repaired using your XPcdrom.

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Please clear cmos if system no display after overclocking


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CPU Overheated
If the system shutdown automatically after power on system for seconds, that means the CPU protection function has been activated. When the CPU is over heated, the motherboard will shutdown automatically to avoid a damage of the CPU, and the system may not power on again.

In this case, please double check:
1. The CPU cooler surface is placed evenly with the CPU surface.
2. CPU fan is rotated normally.
3. CPU fan speed is fulfilling with the CPU speed.

After confirmed, please follow steps below to relief the CPU protection function.
1. Remove the power cord from power supply for seconds.
2. Wait for seconds.
3. Plug in the power cord and boot up the system.

Or you can:
1. Clear the CMOS data.
2. Wait for seconds.
3. Power on the system again.

If after clearing the CMOS you still have no display, you may have damaged your motherboard, CPU, or RAM. If you need further assistance with this Motherboard, let me know.

I’m happy to help further over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/jeremy_69f3cc28d95bf514

Mar 25, 2011 | Biostar G31-M7 TE Motherboard

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Hi i have problem my pc it restart again and again and i have install window lots of time then also i have same problem what should i do plz reply me thanx for support


Restarting could be caused by:- 1)Overheating of the cpu.If so use a speedfan utility to get rid of this problem.
2)It could be because of bad memory.Trying to access a bad spot in your system memory (RAM) can cause the computer to freak out and restart. The best way to find the culprit is to pop open the system unit, remove (or replace) one RAM stick and see if the problem is solved. Run your system.
3)It could be a result of newly installed software or update. Try to uninstall any newly update and see it it works.
4)There's a setting buried in Windows XP that tells your computer to restart when a system error occurs. If you turn off that option, you may solve your automatic reboot problem.


  • Click Start, then open Control Panel
  • Click Performance and Maintenance
  • Click System
  • Click on the Advanced Tab
  • Click Settings in the Startup and Recovery section
  • Uncheck Automatically Restart in the System failure section


  • GOOD LUCK

    Feb 07, 2011 | Gigabyte GA-8I865GME-775 Motherboard

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    Auto restart problem


    Sometimes this can be caused by an overheating situation.If your CPUmag-glass_10x10.gif is running at over 60 degrees (C) you might be at risk of burning it out. Some systems shut down automatically when the temperature reaches an unsafe level. Every few weeks I open my system unit and clean the fins on the heat sink that sits under the CPU. When they collect dust it restricts the airflow and prevents proper cooling. You can use a can of compressed air (look at your local office supply store) or an old toothbrush. I just did that on my system and the CPU temperature dropped by ten degrees.
    Download the free Speedfan utility and it will tell you the temperature at which your CPU and hard drives are running.
    If you determine that overheating is not the problem, the most likely suspect is bad memory. Trying to access a bad spot in your system memory (RAM) can cause the computer to freak out and restart. The best way to find the culprit is to pop open the system unit, remove (or replace) one RAM stick and see if the problem is solved. Run your system for a while and if the problem goes away, you win! If not... lather, rinse and repeat for each RAM stick until you find the one that's misbehaving
    Computer Restarts After Download?

    Some folks have written to me complaining that their computer automatically restarts itself after every download. And interestingly, most (if not all) mentioned they were using the Firefox browser. If you are using a download manager or download accelerator, this could be causing the problem. Check all the settings in the download manager and tweak if necessary. Or get rid of the download manager and see if the problem remains.

    This can also be a virus or spyware problem. I suggest you go through your Control Panel / Add or Remove Programs list and remove any programs you don't need, then run thorough anti-virus and anti-spyware scans. It could even be your anti-virus program fighting with the browser or download manager. Switching to a new anti-virus might help also. See my recommendations for the best free anti-virus software for help with that.

    Failing or under-rated power supplies can also cause your computer to restart at seemingly random intervals. Switching out a power supply is really not too hard. Turn off the computer, open the case, disconnect the power cable from the power supply to the motherboard. Unscrew the power supply from the case, and reverse the process to install a new power supply. A 300-watt power supply will be fine in most computers.

    And as one reader kindly pointed out, bad capacitors on the motherboard can also cause random reboots. But unless you're kinda geeky and handy with a soldering iron, it's tough to identify and fix this problem. You can find lots more helpful info on bad capacitors at badcaps.net. For most mere mortals, replacing the motherboard as a last resort will be easier than replacing a capacitor.

    I also encourage you to read ALL of the comments below, before you rip your hair out, or rip your computer to shreds. It boils down to this... most restart problems are caused by overheating, bad ram, malware, or some other failing component. It can be difficult and time-consuming to identify WHICH of those things is the culprit. The only good solution is to test each one, in sequence (removing and replacing components if necessary), to identify the problem.

    Oct 11, 2010 | ASUS P4S800D-X Motherboard

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    My computer turns off and on again for a few seconds. (this time it will bootup) when i pressed the power button. i already change the ram to 1gb but the problem still occurs. What can i do to fix this...


    It may be owe to software problem 1, the virus "shock" virus attack will prompt system will automatically start in few seconds. From the remote control you Trojan program all the activities of the computer, including let your computer restarts. Remove viruses, trojans, or reshipment system. 2, the system files damage system files destroyed, as the KERNEL32. Win2K DLL Win98 features, the font list below such basic execution system files destroyed at startup, system will therefore cannot finish initializing and forced the restart. Solution: cover installation or reinstall it. Hardware problem: 1.Chassis power is not enough, dc output is pure, the dynamic response sluggish. Users often ignored or assembling businessman, using cheap price of power supply, so is the largest system of automatic restart suspicion. (1) the power output power shortage, when run large 3D gaming occupy CPU resource of software, the CPU needs power supply, power is not caused by overload protection, stop the power output. After the output power to stop, load, reduce power restart. Due to the protection of the recovery/time is short, so we are hosting automatic restart. (2) power dc output is pure, pure dc power supply of digital circuit requirements, when the power output of too direct, the harmonic content will result in digital circuits, performance is often work to crash or restart. (3) working load of the CPU is dynamic, on the current requirement is dynamic, and the dynamic response speed quickly. Request Some of the poor quality power dynamic response for a long time, could also lead to crash or frequent restart. (4) high-end graphics update equipment (large disk/video card/equipment (increased), after the hard disk) / burners, power supply of original beyond rated output power will cause the regular crash or restart. Solution: now in high quality high-power computer power. 2.The memory chip thermal stability, incorrect or damage to restart the system memory problems to restart the system of risk. (1) the poor thermal stability of memory, boot can work normally, when the memory to a certain temperature, temperature is can not work normally, which leads to crash or restart. (2) memory chips, slightly damaged, also can pass on self into the system, when the operation can be some big software throughput will restart or crash. Solution: replace memory. (3) memory of CAS value too small can also lead to instability caused by system memory, automatic restart. General had better use the default Settings, don't roll change yourself. 4.The CPU temperature exorbitant or the cache damage (1) the CPU temperature exorbitant often causes protective automatic restart. The basic reason of high temperature is due to poor cooling chassis, CPU, the CPU is undesirable reasons: the heat radiator thermal conductivity low, radiator material with a foreign body between CPU interface (1) for quality assurance, fan speed is low, the fan and radiator dust too much, etc. And P2, P3 motherboard CPU temperature probe damaged under the mp4 or within the CPU temperature detection circuit on the mainboard damage, the BIOS BUG in a special conditions of temperature, the CPU CMOS setup to protect low temperature, etc. Can also cause protective restart. (2) of an internal CPU, level 2 cache damage is CPU common fault. The extent of damage, or can start, when running into the system, the software (some throughput big media player, games, 3D graphic) will restart or crash. Solution: in the CMOS setup of shield (L2) or level 2 cache cache (L1), 1 or replace the CPU. 4.AGP display, PCI CARDS (nics), cat restart automatically (1) the external card or poor quality work not standard, AGP/PCI bus signal misoperation cause system RESET to restart. (2) and graphics, loose network system may cause restart. 5.Parallel, USB access is serial, fault or the incompatibility of external devices restart automatically (1) the fault or not compatible with the parallel damage, such as printer, a foot of short-circuit, USB equipment damage of short circuit, signal level sutural definition, opaque, etc. (2) hot swaps external devices, shaking, cause signals or power instant short-circuit. 6.Mainboard failure In case of automatic restart motherboard is rare. Generally RESET circuit are associated with a fault, Socket weld is empty, slots, contact undesirable, Individual chip, capacitance elements such as damage.

    Jun 23, 2010 | Acer Aspire 4315 Notebook

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    Sir kindly resolved my issue


    BIOS? well try to reset your system by exchanging your RAM slots. It simply means that your cpu is not booting up right or frozen. Try to unplug and plug back on expansion cards also. If the cpu is working but there's no display, try to remove the video card if u have and place it back again. Keep me posted with your feedback or comment.

    Jul 28, 2009 | Intel D845GBV (BOXD845GBVL) Motherboard

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    Automatic shutdown [extreme heat]


    The CPU Heatsink is not properly installed. Remove the CPU Heatsink and if you have extra thermal paste add to it and put it back again.

    Apr 15, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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    Cpu keeps restarting


    FIRST REPLACE YOUR RAM (MEMMORY CARD) OF YOUR PC WITH ANOTHER ONE. IF THE PC RESTART AGAIN THEN REFORMAT YOUR PC THAT IS REINSTALL WITH OS

    Nov 20, 2008 | Intel CELERON 2.66Ghz CPU AND MOTHER BOARD...

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    Mistankenly i connect config jumper on fan connecctor


    Try resetting the BIOS to default,and see if it clears the error.
    let me know if this works.
    Thanks

    Dec 12, 2007 | Intel D945GNT Motherboard

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    P4i45gv asrock motherboard problem


    it sounds as though your cmos chip is damaged; if you are unable to get as far as the bios when pressing F2 or Del on boot up, then you may need to replace the motherboard. Also reseat your memory as that is another cause and check the Cr2032 cmos disc shaped battery as this may be flat and the original cause of constant reboot cycle. Lastly this also happens if you have changed any hardwre in your pc as windows will not boot if there have been major changes to hardware and windows will have to be repaired using your XPcdrom.

    Aug 22, 2007 | Asrock P4I45GV R5 Motherboard

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    Pc restarting by itself.


    Try reapplying thermal compound to the CPU and reseat it. It might just be heating up and restarting due to the heat.

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