Ask a new question Read More Computers Windows XP Related Resources solved Computer randomly shuts down at night solved Computer randomly shuts down or doesn't boot, loud fans, no startup beep, There's a good chance you'll get a blue screen covered with white text--the dreaded Blue Screen of Death (BSoD). the was nothing out of the ordinary, but Malwarebytes caught some problems involving Registry files. same thing. his comment is here
SUPERAntiSpywareusually picks up more minor Tracking Cookies, so Imainly use MBAM at the moment. A bad CPU fan; a defective CPU fan, a CPU fan that has no or not enough conductor paste on it or a dirty CPU fan. And there are other ways for a computer to restart. I have had the computer on for about 2 days now and so far so good. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/528394/computer-is-shutting-down-by-itself/
I'll post this info on my blog! are u talking about the wire used to connect cpu to power supply or any cord inside cpu or is it smps?? Computer randomly restarts and continues crashing and restarting until shut down? 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
after a while I realized that it only happens if I have certain browsers open (namely firefox and google chrome) for 20-30 or so mins. You Might Like Shop Tech Products at Amazon Notice to our Readers We're now using social media to take your comments and feedback. RSS ALL ARTICLES FEATURES ONLY TRIVIA Search The How-To Geek Forums Have Migrated to Discourse How-To Geek Forums / Windows XP (Solved) - Windows XP keeps shutting down after startup The OP stated that there were a prompt to remove the disk & nothing happens.
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, A couple of times when the windows logo came up the picture was really dim. Get the answer soclydezaOct 20, 2011, 1:20 AM Relaxnin - its definitely only when i open those browsers. http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/129961-Computer-unexpectedly-and-repeatedly-shuts-down In the past it used to turn off on its own when the heat gets to 45c but it wasnt that this time as I can see the heat written on
Helpful +4 Report watt and vot Apr 30, 2009 at 06:04 AM 1 / your cpu fan may be heat and defect.check the speed and heat in bious.3 2 programme may Also, are you plugged into a UPS? 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - This could be from a lot of things by zlitocook · 9 years ago In reply to Windows XP User Action No user action is required.===============================================================obviously im not initiating these CTRL+ALT+DELETE shutdowns, so whats this all about?some other bad news, this has been happening outside of firefox today, so i Back to top #4 wayne937 wayne937 Topic Starter Members 225 posts OFFLINE Local time:07:53 PM Posted 24 March 2014 - 08:34 AM Noknojon, yesterday I ran the error checking and
Helpful +11 Report RAO Jan 4, 2010 at 01:29 AM ANSWER: guys u have to do nothing just clean ur fan(of processor) and the socket below the fan of the processor this page http://speccy.piriform.com/results/gVBJx7ivpIeeuq7ZKUzXZEJ(Updated on 01/01/2016) New Build in progress (ASRock Z97 Extreme6), have finished (for now ).500GB WD RE4 (x2)data drives added.EVGA GTX 1060 FTW + ACX 3.0 6GB GDDR5 GPU installed!http://speccy.piriform.com/results/h1D4Iu1IKppipDIsgY8rMxM (Updated Windows Xp Shuts Down Randomly Hopefully on to a better year with a bit more tolerance! Be sure to reboot the computer if required after you post the log.
solved New build computer Shut down randomly solved Computer randomly shuts down (not immediate power off, but a formal shut down) solved computer shut down randomly solved Computer randomly shut down, http://ix2003.com/shuts-down/computer-shuts-down-when-installing-windows-7.html It is possible that the disk error checking and the defrag may have taken care of this situation. then clean up also your, memory card.. hpet is essential for windows to operate...it may or may not be this guys problem but it should always be enabled if your running a newer than xp version of windows
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Something in the boot process is crashing the PC. Disk Check usually only takes up to 2 hours, but if it ran much more than that, I would be interested in you looking at the results. If it's quite old, sometimes the thermal paste on the CPU will dry out & cause the computer to shut down for safety. But when he said that he has checked the fans I thought why not.
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. Click the Advanced tab, and then click the Settings button under 'Startup and Recovery' (as opposed to the dialog box's other two "Settings" buttons). Cat My System Specs, as reported by Speccy, Self Built ASUS Z97-PRO Gamer PC.EVGA GTX 1070 FTW + ACX 3.0 8GB GDDR5 GPU installed!Build Complete! check over here This is like your Antivirus should be active, and a deeper scan about once every day.
Cheerz Report Ramis- Mar 20, 2010 at 03:28 AM I had the exact thing happen to mine, I was running COD MW2 on it and it would shutdown. I would be interested if you could post which scan took how long (Disk Check and Defragmenting). I just use the computer for e-mail and using IE for searching for different things. FOLLOW US Twitter Facebook Google+ RSS Feed Disclaimer: Most of the pages on the internet include affiliate links, including some on this site.
One more thing. Report Ranie69- May 3, 2011 at 02:28 AM David, thanks Bro for the info I did followed your instructions (Try cleaning and removing any dust from the components, motherboard, heatsink, fans Thank you. There was not anything elselisted under that event.
Opened it and found out my power supply had burned one of the connectors on my motherboard. How would a lack of HPET be shutting his computer down? You don't need to replace you video card. http://speccy.piriform.com/results/gVBJx7ivpIeeuq7ZKUzXZEJ(Updated on 01/01/2016) New Build in progress (ASRock Z97 Extreme6), have finished (for now ).500GB WD RE4 (x2)data drives added.EVGA GTX 1060 FTW + ACX 3.0 6GB GDDR5 GPU installed!http://speccy.piriform.com/results/h1D4Iu1IKppipDIsgY8rMxM (Updated
I replace the replaced the video card with a GForce Video card. Run the downloaded tool and follow the instructions displayed on your screen. 4. soclydezaOct 20, 2011, 8:03 AM ok i went and checked the Event Log last time this happened, here is what i got:========================================================================Product: Windows Operating System ID: 6006 Source: EventLog Version: 5.2 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?
I did a search of AVG and I installed everything that I could find that had AVG attached to it. If you have no idea how to or look up on google how to.