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Probably best to take to a computer repair.. The problem mights be that the heatsink has collected alot of dust already and it does not allow the air from the fan to pass freely unto the CPU. I don't know why the testing of the motherboard didn't detect any problems. The basic solution still eludes me, even though we seem to have a higher than usual number of your basic problem this month. this content

Computer randomly restarts and continues crashing and restarting until shut down? Have a nice a day! and remember, FOR ME, it seems to be hardware problem , so ask a friend or someone to borrow a PC (not expensive one ...you know accidents can happen) and replace See more Why does my computer turn off by itself windows 7 What makes a pc to power off itself Pc turn off because graphic temperature Computer turns off automatically (Solved)

Windows Xp Shuts Down Randomly

Back to top #10 cat1092 cat1092 BC Advisor 5,992 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:North Carolina, USA Local time:07:53 PM Posted 05 May 2014 - 09:13 PM You're quite welcome! Get the answer soclydezaOct 20, 2011, 1:20 AM Relaxnin - its definitely only when i open those browsers. Report abs- Apr 30, 2011 at 02:40 AM dude could you pls tell what is a power cable? I bought a new hdd and loaded xp on it and it still acts the same.

Have fun! needaridecoJan 12, 2014, 12:28 AM soclydeza said: anyone? Now, it crashes during boot-up after 30 or so seconds.I thought it might be overheating, so I checked the two fans in the case and the CPU fan, and they all Hope that is the problem.

Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. they said that the cpu was being used up to 99% then it would shut down, I dont have this problem when im not hooked to the internet, but ive also If there is resistance replace them.A faulty PSU can also cause it. Rebooting can also be caused by a hardware issue like a floppy or DVD drive gone bad a bad memory stick or a Bios error.

Then at reboot, it would run up to Bios and shutdown. They only go one way, and you will break the slots in which hold the RAM in... Computer Info Motherboard = Asus P4C800 Deluxe (Updated BIOs 2.4 same Problem with old BIOs)(BIOs is newness Ver.) CPU = Intel Celeron 2.4 400FSB Memory = 2-1GB PC-3200 (running 266MHz Dual) This is like your Antivirus should be active, and a deeper scan about once every day.

Computer Shuts Down Randomly

Especially after a MB replacement, if it were bad, it would warrant replacement if needed. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/i-have-windows-xp-and-my-computer-keeps-shutting/f70bf05e-9116-44fe-892f-f74e122c6ac1 I also believe I am clean of virus according to my MSE. Windows Xp Shuts Down Randomly it was due to a poor design the cool air intake was 2 inches away from another part of the computer allowing it to over heat it too me for ever When it tries to start xp the logo page blips and the screen goes black.

When bad, this can cause many issues. http://tcdownload.org/shuts-down/computer-restarts-and-shuts-down-before-windows.html I checked the sink paste and it was good. However it did shut down one more time after I had replaced the card. You also want to make sure your computer on the inside is clean, RAM sticks snug, as well as cables.

why? 1 2 3 4 5 Next Ask a question Member requests are more likely to be responded to. Does anyone have any suggestions on what could be causing this. Hopefully on to a better year with a bit more tolerance! http://tcdownload.org/shuts-down/computer-shuts-down-on-me.html Please Help me I dont think this is a Heat problem.

soclydezaOct 21, 2011, 7:37 AM anyone? Oh yea and I was upgrading my computer by installing more ram. To remove all "found items" you can follow the steps in this Malwarebytes illustrated blog post:http://blog.malwarebytes.org/news/2013/09/selecting-all-pups/ Do you return to a normal Start Screen, or a Black screen with

gl Helpful +17 Report Sharn Apr 17, 2009 at 02:57 PM Ive got 2 gigz ram, 2 gigz cpu, and 150gig hd, and my computer did that for a long time,

Using the site is easy and fun. But first if you belong to a company let the IT people look at it or if you are not familiar with working inside of a computer. But please be sure to RE-SEAT the RAM exactly as it is, and if it dont fit, TURN IT. They can fail with no visible signs.Pay special attention to VRM caps around CPU socket.If the motherboard caps look good, swap power supplies. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Try to do

One can only throw so much cash into an older PC, before pulling the plug, I just hope that the PSU if fine after all of this. Helpful +18 Report jimi.hendrix Sep 24, 2009 at 11:35 AM Problems I've had and are now away of my pc: -- my pc didn't turn on, just BIOS loading screen and help please... check my blog One more thing.

I replace the replaced the video card with a GForce Video card. I do it with Defrag, and it will take quite a while unless done often. View all 8 comments Report carl- Nov 5, 2008 at 05:23 AM As you recommended in ccm.net about cleaning the cpu fans, heatsinks, etc., Do we have to do it regularly?

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