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Removed the battery, pressed the power button. there are no beeps when it shuts off or when I turn it back on. We are grateful for any donations, large and small! © 2017 Personal Computer Fixes. no it just turns off without any messagesThanks for replying Reply to unknown101 ur6beersawayJun 23, 2013, 11:03 PM Welcome. http://computersciencehomeworkhelp.net/shuts-down/pc-randomly-shuts-down-like-the-the-power-shutdown.html

xD What do you mean "your keyboard"? Now, when I installed Windows 7, there were some issues. Reply to UBEN09 Ears14UJan 23, 2016, 8:39 PM Jens_1 said: I have the same problem, and guess what.. Installation & Setup Starts XP installation in dual boot, then the computer shuts offI started with Windows 7 and when the computer reboots to install Windows XP it starts the installation http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/69606-63-windows-random-shutdown

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I had absolutely no problems before with my graphics card, and my power supply is 850w, so it's more than capable of handling everything. Well, if you do try replace it with a USB one to see if stat works. The fan turned itself on when it got hot and then kept the temperature at bay. Clean off the exposed surface of the CPU chip and of the bottom of the fan's heat sink.

  • It was the first time I had ever seen this one. 'System has restarted unexpectedly due to an overheated graphics card.' So simple.
  • Fan would still blow at 100%.
  • Could it be some drivers shit? (I've tested another PSU, same shit happened) edit: a Cooler Master Elite 350w keeps the stuff on Reply to Overcooked_Cookie lordmoltkeAug 26, 2016, 1:48 AM
  • I ran every test I could; Malwarebytes, spybot search & destroy, antyvirus, ccleaner nothing seemed to work, then I realized it had been a while since I last dusted it, so
  • Everything was normal.I was pretty bummed out because I thought I was on the right track.I went back to the Event Viewer to keep looking, and that's when I found one
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  • I will just return it to Amazon, It came with a 3 year warranty I think.Thanks Reply to unknown101 JenlouMay 26, 2014, 2:11 AM Had random shut downs replaced everything including

EDIT: How do I get to BIOS and what is that My System Specs OS Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit pickle12bob View Public Profile Find More Posts by pickle12bob 29 Jun He heard over and over how hard it was to find simple, plain-English solutions to Windows troubleshooting problems on the Internet. The owners of this site are compensated by relationships with the recommended software products. Windows System Log I still hear things working in the case, either fans or the PSU, after the shutdown.

Disclaimer: WindowsWally.com is not affiliated with Microsoft Corporation, nor claim any such implied or direct affiliation. Computer Shuts Down Randomly Windows 10 Ignorance is strength Asking questions in class: how can I "exit" a Q&A when I haven't really understood? Proffitt Forum moderator / November 1, 2015 7:50 AM PST In reply to: No, nothing in the event viewer. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/529348/new-windows-7-install-random-shutdown/ Cause There are many reasons why a computer might not shutdown or restart properly.

It could be some controller chip/cable issue but so far it looks like a compatibility issue. Computer Shuts Down By Itself That's not always the case at all. And I can't view it when I have the SSD inside since it shuts down before I can get to it. Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - (NT) Any event in the event viewer?

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Installation & Setup Windows 7 installation hangs at "Completing Installation” - I’m at myComp Spec CPU – E6600 GPU-ATI 4780 MB - Gigabyte 965P-DS3P (rev 3.3 I think although manual says They do wear out. Computer Shuts Down Randomly Windows 7 If your computer gets too hot, then it could shut itself down to protect itself from serious damage. Laptop Shuts Down Randomly No OS loaded and it ends after BIOS.

Can't find your answer ? check over here by James Denison / November 1, 2015 5:45 AM PST In reply to: New SSD shuts down computer at random ...it's a heat problem. I downloaded a program that monitors the temperature of the CPU. To me it means you are new to the Event Viewer or meant something other than you wrote. Computer Randomly Shuts Down Not Overheating

What limits the use of Supply and Connections? It acted the same as before while installing Windows (fan at 100% and all) and I cooled it manually again, but once it got through installation the fan started to act i have no idea what the problem is. his comment is here I dont know how to access my specs because there is no prior OS installed so i cant see them.

by James Denison / November 1, 2015 3:29 PM PST In reply to: It can't be an OS problem If there's no OS loaded to the SDD, then after BIOS you Computer Keeps Shutting Off Windows 10 I'm gonna re-install the Nvidia drivers and see if it does it again cause I just did a bunch more Windows updates. I take your word on this one.

Just unpartitioned space and install to that.

Looked like a cooling problem, but the temperatures weren't that high (definitely below 70).I tried putting back the old HDD with Windows 7 still on it - everything works as it Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (1) Collapse - And forgot this. Buy a cheap USB one or borrow one for a whilst. Computer Randomly Turns Off And Wont Turn Back On by R.

The computer should not turn-off while this driver is installed. Who are these feminists? Haha! 10 answers Last reply Feb 25, 2013 Best Answer Feb 17, 2013 More about windows random shutdown rdc85Feb 16, 2013, 8:40 AM As basic try check the ram.. weblink It doesn't always have to be a let's replace the power supply that causes this nonsense.

I don't know.I have an ATI Crossover dual graphics card. How to eliminate them? Give that a go Reply to unknown101 grimgSep 10, 2014, 9:56 PM unknown101 said: selenalovesu said: well i have a windows 7 and got it this christmas ,and it started shutting At least here there is an error log that you can review and hopefully gain a clue as to the source.This error log is frustrating because it lists every warning and

It could be your hardware, your software or your operating system that causes problems. Did not change.In one of these threads I came across the Event Viewer. (Type event viewer in the start menu, and read the errors that it produces)This was the start to It actually had to wait for it to cool down before I could remove it. Fix Windows 8 errors If your hardware is not responsible for random shutdowns, then it could be your operating system errors.

Keep in mind it's and older laptop and may not have been tested for SSDs today. We have tried a DVI and HDMI cable, same issue. First... I downloaded a program that monitors the temperature of the CPU.

It's cheap insurance. The CPU Keeps Overheating Here the term CPU is used for the processor. I use dry paper towels to first mechanically remove as much old grease as possible, and then clean both surfaces with a paper towel lightly dampened with 70% isopropyl alcohol. Go figure.

I can't seem to find much information about this issue elsewhere. Reply to ur6beersaway unknown101Jun 23, 2013, 11:00 PM ur6beersaway said: Thanks, Any error messages or it just drops out/off? solved Windows 7 fails to shutdown solved New Parts. After days of trying to sort it I stumbled across an obscure post on a forum suggesting that I disable the hybrid sleep setting on my power plan.