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post #11 of 84
Sounds like a power supply issue based on what you are describing if the power is just cutting out and it's restarting. Do you have a spare PSU to swap as a test? (pending your memtest results as that could cause instability as well).
Edited by ElevenEleven - 4/17/13 at 10:54pm
   
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post #12 of 84
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I think you haven't read the whole issue. Never Mind, i will again explain it to you. As some members like you told me the same thing, that its the problem of PSU. Then on the same day I went to the local shop & did exchange the PSU and got the new one sealed pack. after plugging it to my PC, few hours it was working nice, then suddenly it restarted. No nothing wrong with the PSU I suppose.
post #13 of 84
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Originally Posted by Broseidon View Post

Download and run Memtest86+ at http://www.memtest.org

It's going to take a while, but it'll definitely help in diagnosing the problem.
I did that test, and it shows no errors. I couldn't able to take screenshot, but it says 0 errors, pass 1
post #14 of 84
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Just a question.... Exactly where is the reboot happening? Once you are at Desktop or still while Windows is loading? It could be a corrupted boot file causing either. Just last week I had to deal with it after pushing a memory overclock to high. It somehow corrupted a boot critical file and would restart while loading Windows. I restored a backup image finalised an hour before the crash happened and it allowed me to get to the desktop, but it still crashed. Had to delete the primary partition and load up an earlier backup just to get stable into Windows. And then run chkdisk to repair the *somehow still broken boot file*

I would try and isolate if it is the OS causing the problem....

Try run Ubuntu from a flash drive to see if its the OS or OS drive causing the crashes

no it just restart without displaying even single word.

Here is the screenshot of the Temp. you asked for:

http://i.imgur.com/lgus1O5.jpg

No i didn't assemble the PC , the Place (local shop), from where I bought it, from there I got it assembled. I have checked several times, and everything is plugged in and are not loosen up .
post #15 of 84
Have you run chkdisk to see if it is an OS/Drive issue?

If its not RAM or the OS or the PSU, all I can think of is some hardware issue with the motherboard or cpu.... that would be a problem the shop would need to sort out wackosmiley.gif
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Have you run chkdisk to see if it is an OS/Drive issue?

If its not RAM or the OS or the PSU, all I can think of is some hardware issue with the motherboard or cpu.... that would be a problem the shop would need to sort out wackosmiley.gif

After reading through the thread that is my thoughts as well. If the PSU wasn't faulty and no cables seem loose it is up to the shop to determine the issue and repair it. Any shop that is even half decent will warranty their products to some extent and shouldn't be a problem taking it back to them to be diagnosed and repaired.
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post #17 of 84
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Have you run chkdisk to see if it is an OS/Drive issue?

If its not RAM or the OS or the PSU, all I can think of is some hardware issue with the motherboard or cpu.... that would be a problem the shop would need to sort out wackosmiley.gif

So what you think I should do.
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So what you think I should do.
If it is under warranty, take it back to the shop and let them check it out.
post #19 of 84
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Okay guys, please let me know , its a random guess. Just now I opened my PC to check if Power or Reset cord are tighten up properly or not. After seeing that, When I press Power button to start my PC, on Motherboard red light flashes and write 4F, 99, A2, and then it boots up. I never saw before , because of the side panel of the cabinet. But this time, I try to boot without panel to check if all fans like CPU cooler & GPU fans are working or not, I found these Codes on motherboard tiny display. Can any one tell me what are these codes?
post #20 of 84
Those are POST codes, and it's normal that the MB goes through several codes during bootup. You should use Memtest for a longer time than just 1 pass. Let's say 10-20 passes.

But since you bought it assembled, I would take it to the shop and try to explain the problem you are having in detail.
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