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i thank all you OCN people for your help! it has been much appreciated but i think i will call it a night and get some sleep.

once again thank you all for your time!
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i thank all you OCN people for your help! it has been much appreciated but i think i will call it a night and get some sleep.

once again thank you all for your time!
No problem. Good luck.

Would like to hear an update when you wake up!
    
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No problem. Good luck.

Would like to hear an update when you wake up!
Indeed !
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update: when i woke up this morning it had gone into an irreversible 'sleep mode' and wouldn't come out, so i had to hard shutdown by holding in the power button. this morning i also removed the entire motherboard out of the case and only plugged in the bare essentials and was still getting the reboot problem when i tried to shutdown from windows.
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update: when i woke up this morning it had gone into an irreversible 'sleep mode' and wouldn't come out, so i had to hard shutdown by holding in the power button. this morning i also removed the entire motherboard out of the case and only plugged in the bare essentials and was still getting the reboot problem when i tried to shutdown from windows.
And yet you still haven't turned off sleep/hibernate.
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i did turn it off, but i did a system restore and forgot to turn it back off again.
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post #37 of 40
In my experience, 100% of the time random shutdowns are psu related. Ive had corsair, ocz and antecs over the years and as of now, antec is the best. Replace the psu and then try to attack your reboot issue. I wouldnt be surprised if it was causing that too, psu's can cause some wierd crap to happen.
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post #38 of 40
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After talking with the local computer shop where i bought the PSU, the owner insists the PSU is not the problem and is more likely RAM, Mtherboard or the Hard Drive.
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post #39 of 40
I would trust an OCN PSU Guru over a Local computer shop.

I got my new Antec 650w and now I am very happy the random shutdowns are gone and I have gone back to my overclocks on my CPU+6870+8800GT a couple of days ago.


http://folding.extremeoverclocking.c...hp?s=&u=433951


My TX-750 started dying on April 27th and then many shutdowns on the 28th.
I underclocked everything while I waited for Newegg to ship my new PSU and then as you can see, I have resumed my OC's a couple of days ago.
Edited by PowerTrip - 5/5/11 at 7:26am
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post #40 of 40
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oh i agree powertrip, but reseting the CMOS has appeared to have solved my problems. atleast with shutting down from windows it doesn't reboot itself anyway.
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