Computer reboot problem

Hello,

my computer sometimes automatically reboot, is it relate to it's bios or motherboard or CPU overheat? my Computer using ASUS P5B LGA775 series, CPU is Intel core 2 6300 1.86GHZ, 2gb RAM
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  1. You can run some softwares to check the temperature , might be overheat.
  2. Hi newcomer and welcome to the Tom's hardware forum.

    1- What OS do u have?
    2- Do u get an specific error in the reboot? I mean, a BSoD.
    3- Ur RAM is 2GB stick or 2x1GB sticks.
  3. Hi Saint 19

    i m using Win XP professional,

    there hv a irregular red stripe appear in the mointor, sometime whatever it's reboot or when using browser to surf on the web. sorry I don't know what's"BSOD"

    it's 2x1GB stick and I broughtit at the same time.
  4. BSoD: Bule Screen of Dead, in other words, the blue screen that u sometimes can see when ur rig reboots himself that is something like this

    Follow the suggestion of exela, download and use hwmonitor to keep one eye on ur rig temps. Let me know the temps that u get.

    Also, test ur rig with only one stick of RAM and see what happen.
  5. saint19 said:
    BSoD: Bule Screen of Dead, in other words, the blue screen that u sometimes can see when ur rig reboots himself that is something like this

    Follow the suggestion of exela, download and use hwmonitor to keep one eye on ur rig temps. Let me know the temps that u get.

    Also, test ur rig with only one stick of RAM and see what happen.



    sorry I can't grab the pics for u ref, can u tell me how to grab it, I save an words file.
  6. Do u check the temps with hwmonitor?.

    For the BSoD pics, I think that u need take a photo with ur camera or cellphone.
  7. netericw said:
    Hello,

    my computer sometimes automatically reboot, is it relate to it's bios or motherboard or CPU overheat? my Computer using ASUS P5B LGA775 series, CPU is Intel core 2 6300 1.86GHZ, 2gb RAM


    i had a simular problem and i checked inside the casing and found the front fan had overheated by jamming which then caused problems on the power button
    i resolved the problem by changing the casing
  8. saint19 said:
    Do u check the temps with hwmonitor?.

    For the BSoD pics, I think that u need take a photo with ur camera or cellphone.


    I run the Hardware senor monintor 4.5

    the CPU1 is 47.0( value)
    CPU2 is muted but sometimes it jump up from 70-107
    cpu 0 core is 48
  9. Can u post a pic of hwmonitor?
  10. sorry I don't know how to ut it on the forum
  11. U can upload the pic to this: http://imageshack.us/ page, after that, post the link of the pic here and ready.
  12. Download the last version of hwmonitor from here: http://www.cpuid.com/hwmonitor.php and check the temps with that, like i see the problem could be the version of ur program.
  13. Hi Saint 19,

    pls see the link below:

    http://img514.imageshack.us/i/tempv.jpg/
  14. Hi.

    Like I said up, download the last version of hwmonitor, installed and check the temps. With that new version ur problem will be solve.

    Why I'm sure that is the program version?, because if that temps were true something on ur rig should be dead now.
  15. Hi Saint,

    fm the figure, it's seems doesn't relate to the CPU overheat right, may be the other reason.
  16. ^Yeah, like I say if that temps were true u should have some part of ur rig dead.
  17. "there hv a irregular red stripe appear in the mointor"

    Things you can try (maybe a friend can help you):
    1. Test with another power supply if you're able to do so.
    2. Test with one stick of ram in the B1 slot, if test fails try the other stick in the same slot.
    3. Test with another video card if you're able to do so.
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