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Journeyman III
Journeyman III

Computer shutdown itself

hello all.

this is not a temperature problem, I monitoring it. is not a motherboard problem (changed it), not power problem because also it is been changed, really dont understand why sometime computer shutdown immediatly and for restart it I must disable power supply for 5 seconds and switch on again. anyone have some idea about this?

motherboard is (NOW) ASROCK 970M Pro3,

processor is AMD FX-4300,

Graphic card AMD Radeon R7 200 Series (I try to change it with my old one but problem still run).

I assemble it 1 year ago and problem start last 2 month.

I don't overlock the system.

sincerly Iast parts can create these problems are:

processor

RAM

HD

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Adept I
Adept I

Re: Computer shutdown itself

Have you tested your RAM?

Seems like I used MemTest86 to diagnose my problem last time I had a bad stick of memory.

MemTest86 - Offical Site of the x86 Memory Testing Tool

Also, have you looked at your event viewer to see if that tells a cause? Assuming you can access your computer:

What Is the Windows Event Viewer, and How Can I Use It?

What you're looking for is probably a system level event. If you look at the logged event, it may tell you something about what's causing a hard restart.

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