Also, the battery was connected, and the computer stayed around 55-60˚C, so it was not overheating. Would I have to take the laptop apart in this case? It can do this all day long and it's so pain in the ass! I've been having the same problem with restarts, but mine started when I installed the latest Nvidia drivers, and now I can't get it to stop even after rolling back to http://cgmguide.com/blue-screen/bsod-big-problem-with-bsod.php
Like you I have individually swapped out parts and tried numerous restore processes, but to no avail. If you don't want to reinstall all of that, slipstream them into Windows XP CD so when you install Windows XP it installs your av, media player, themes, drivers, product keys, Worst case (as I suspected initially) would be we get all positive results, which would infer the probability of the PSU might be failing as the issue is inconsistent and not I've replaced power supply, processor fan, all fans are working, cleaned it, checked for viruses, etc.
Then try to replicate (above) the 'most likely way to crash my system' . My list still is along the most likely culprits, so first lets try this. Reply Reply With Quote October 18th, 2010,02:18 AM #13 quickoldcar View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Visit Homepage Ultimate Member Join Date Oct 2004 Location NE Pennsylvania Posts I scanned my system with Avira and Malwarebytes, deleted the issues MBAM brought up, ran CCleaner, rebooted system, all drivers are up to date.
So I'm out of clues and I'd really appreciate some help. The games I've had these problems with are World of Warcraft, Call of Duty 2 and Civilisation 5. when i turn on my computer a blak scree appears with all these letters and numbersand at the end it says hard draive error t hen there is two options. Kernel Power Event 41 If the temperature was causing the reboots then you should consider getting better cooling for the computer such as more powerful CPU fans and more case fans.
Help, ready to toss my pc. Computer Randomly Shuts Off No Blue Screen Then I have a new issue. Reply Reply With Quote June 15th, 2010,05:32 PM #6 RayH View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Ultimate Member Join Date Oct 2001 Location San Francisco, CA Posts 2,799 As soon as I get to the Microsoft starting page - it reboots.
Lenovo Y40 Crashes Without Warning (And Without a BSOD) Kernal Power Event 41, PC randomly restart without BSOD and warning. Memtest86+ A L Rodriguez says June 30, 2007 at 1:40 pm Your problem can be caused by a bad memory.Or if you upgraded your memory recently make sure your motherboard can handle and i already tried untick the "automatically restart" and it still restart. But I'll keep you informed.
Below link should work. http://smallbusiness.chron.com/causes-computer-shut-down-warning-display-blue-screen-69345.html But try deleting the infected document first, if it don't work, reformat your computer. Computer Shuts Down Without Blue Screen http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Analyze-a-BSOD-C... Computer Restarts Without Bsod It's often about 20 - 30 minutes after starting up, but not always.
I am ready to call Microsoft. More about the author Have you tried using only 1 stick of memory at a time? The time now is 14:38. After a few moments the computer automatically restarts itself. Windows 10 Crash No Blue Screen
Now it acts like its restarting ie. DumpChk [-y SymbolPath] DumpFile Link is here.. Finder The Doctors Live Healthy Health Videos Better Sleep Style Luxury Auto Beauty Dining Fashion Home & Design Home Elegance Lust List Travel Window Shopping Food & Cooking Alison Cook Restaurant http://cgmguide.com/blue-screen/win-7-bsod.php Using ONE RAM by itself (Markvision) is good, but what happens with ONE Corsair RAM?
Hope this information helps. Kernel Power 41 63 I can hear sound when it restarts. One of them get to the desktop and then restarts.
So it's definitely NOT the RAM (not this stick, at least). RAM or Hard Drive Failure Two vital components to proper computer operation are your RAM and hard drive. If so, please start your own topic (so that your issues can get the individual attention that they deserve) Once in your own topic, please run this report collecting tool so Blue Screen Windows 10 erick says July 25, 2010 at 10:46 am hi!!
He also said the CPU may also cause issues like that, and since mine is 3yrs old+ it could be good to purchase another one, but that's a problem of cash It basically tells me how to find driver names from the pool tag, so I googled something like "how to find a pooltag", since inputting "202b" for the pooltag didn't work I've swapped out different parts to isolate the issue if it was hardware and so far everything checks out (HDD, RAM, vid card, MOBO). news [email protected] Please indicate you are from TechIMO in subject line so you don't get deleted as spam :) Reply Reply With Quote June 15th, 2010,06:54 PM #7 gqsupersport View Profile
Here's what's been done since the issues started: New motherboard, new video card, new processor, new CPU, swaps in memory usage and placement (1 stick, two sticks, switch sticks, etc), hard And for the record, My money is still on a possible PSU issue... The issue is instantly gone and never recurs. (Well, hasn't recurred in 2 days.) So having replaced PSU, case, motherboard, hdd, and ram (and potentially eliminated the gfx card as Not the answer you're looking for?
Ipressed F2 then the computer just restarts and does the whole thing agian over and over. You can get that by typing Reliability in the run search field and it maybe able to tell you where you're having problems. RIGHT??!) After swapping graphics card out thinking that might be the problem again (I had originally thought the main issue was gfx card related) this current new freezing persists. Also, some computers are very sensitive to air flow.
Another note is that it would sometimes require to repeat this process many times before it would power on (repeatedly it on pressing power button it would power on for <1second My computer restarted. (Oh, and I don't know how much this matters, but when I've been saying that my computer has been shutting down, I actually meant that the computer has Sam says January 17, 2010 at 8:20 pm i fixd the problem or so i tought i unnistaled my nvidia graphics program and reinstalled the recomended one from the nvidia site Playing your MP3s?
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Personally I'm going with the power supply or heat issue most likely from the cpu if it's just hard crashing. A potential solution is a “less but more” approach with multi-function tools and devices.
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