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October 27, 2013 11:46:04 PM

my computer restarts autimatically once when i start it and after the automatic restart it stays untill i shut it down .please please someone reply to this it is so irritating!and i think i have done everything i could such replacing psu , cleaning rams ,scanning ,updating,etc. please please please reply some as soon as possible .


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amd a6 pro with asus motherboard F1A55-M-LX-PLUS-R2-ASUS-5404

xfx 7750 hd graphic

corsair ram 8gb

450 psu

hd 500 hitachi.
October 28, 2013 12:21:15 AM

whats your operating system. with windows 7 i would run the built in troubleshooters first to see if they come up with anything. any recent hardware or software changes? has this been ongoing or did it just start?
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October 28, 2013 12:26:21 AM

All that aldan asks, plus run MemTest to check all your RAM is stable. Are you running 2 modules or 4?
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October 28, 2013 2:33:31 AM

salimspathan said:
my computer restarts autimatically once when i start it and after the automatic restart it stays untill i shut it down .please please someone reply to this it is so irritating!and i think i have done everything i could such replacing psu , cleaning rams ,scanning ,updating,etc. please please please reply some as soon as possible .


config:
amd a6 pro with asus motherboard F1A55-M-LX-PLUS-R2-ASUS-5404

xfx 7750 hd graphic

corsair ram 8gb

450 psu

hd 500 hitachi.


aldan said:
whats your operating system. with windows 7 i would run the built in troubleshooters first to see if they come up with anything. any recent hardware or software changes? has this been ongoing or did it just start?


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October 28, 2013 2:39:33 AM

win 7 64 bit and i ran troubleshooters and the problem just started one month ago.I formatted the pc as well but the problem still persists.
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October 28, 2013 2:40:11 AM

Anonymous said:
All that aldan asks, plus run MemTest to check all your RAM is stable. Are you running 2 modules or 4?


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October 28, 2013 2:41:13 AM

4 modules. and what is memtest could you explain this in detail?
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October 28, 2013 12:13:57 PM

salimspathan said:
4 modules. and what is memtest could you explain this in detail?


Try running your pc with only one module at a time to see if it starts up any differently. If a faulty module is the cause you'll quickly identify which one.

Alternatively, you can run MemTest. MemTest is a free memory diagnostic tool which you can download from here:
http://www.memtest.org/
Download the .iso file and burn it to a CD or run from a floppy (Ahhh, such nostalgia). Boot from the CD and it will automatically run through a series of tests on your PC's memory. Be patient, it can take a long time, though you'll quickly see errors being logged if a module if faulty.
If a module is faulty, you'll have to change it for an identical one of the same type, though good Corsair RAM has a lifetime warranty.
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October 29, 2013 3:41:37 AM

i ran memtest and got 0 errors but i still have the problem please help me get out of it and one more thing my computer restarts only when i keep it shut down longer like 3 or 4 hours otherwise it does not
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October 29, 2013 1:47:14 PM

go into the control panel and click on administrative tools,then click on event viewer to view any errors logged.if there is a lot you may want to clear the logs and see what pops up next time your computer does its restart. with each error comes a description of what it means. post the error in your next post.
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