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It's more of a sudden restart. Shuts off all the way, and then reboots. It never did this on my old installation of windows 7 tho. I recently reinstalled cuz my CPU was acting funky. It still does, it has major hiccups but nothing i cant live with, and then temps are fine and ive checked the sealant on the cpu and there is enough paste there.

Sudden restart and BSOD both look like Sudden restart if auto-restart is enabled biggrin.gif That's why you should disable it, try, then we'll see where we're standing
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I'm not referring to Event Viewer. All Event Viewer is going to show you is that there was an unexpected shut down because this problem is forcing you to perform an improper shut down. It won't show you anything else. I mean, it's not able to record the error in this situation.

So instead, I'm referring to what happens exactly. Do you see any error message? I mean, what happens exactly? Let's forget about Event Viewer for now.

OK, well for instance, i was on Skype and opening a game (Black Ops) and it just goes black and reboots. No messages.

If it's constantly at 66°C, then that's a sign that it's possibly overheating. But what are you using to see this temperature?

HW Monitor. And yes 66 all the time. I have OCed it before and crashed it approx. 3 times. IDK if that means anything but would the VGA would take over wouldnt it? Or would it force a crash?

All this will do is prevent Windows from auto-restarting which enables you to stare at the BSOD for as long as you want. That way, the BSOD won't be just a really quick flash. It'll appear and then stay there until you press the Reset button on your case.
OK, ill try it for now. What happens if it is a BSOD?
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Sudden restart and BSOD both look like Sudden restart if auto-restart is enabled That's why you should disable it, try, then we'll see where we're standing
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ok i set the Kernel mode thingy to (none) and unchecked Auto Restart.
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OK, ill try it for now. What happens if it is a BSOD?
If it's BSOD, you'd uninstall the driver that is causing it (if it's caused by a driver (the BSOD message will show which file failed)), or take your RAM sticks out one by one to try to find a bad one. Or in the end if that doesn't help, reinstall Win.
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So when it just restarts on you, do you see a BSOD at all? I mean, if it's a BSOD, then you do see it for at least 1 whole second before it auto-restarts (which is dictated by that option you just looked at).

Or, does it just restart exactly the same as just pressing the Reset button?
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So when it just restarts on you, do you see a BSOD at all? I mean, if it's a BSOD, then you do see it for at least 1 whole second before it auto-restarts (which is dictated by that option you just looked at).

Or, does it just restart exactly the same as just pressing the Reset button?
It just did it again. again no BSOD ( even after enabling it) and no message. Screen turns off with the PC and boots up with the reboot. I hope it aint my CPU or my PSU. I have 6 gigs of ram tho, why would that be an issue if 1 stick is bad? I have 3 sticks.
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i have 2 hard drives also and the other has windows on it with my 9800gt drivers. Is there a way i can boot onto that one without opening my pc now? Id like to see if it is Windows or hardware.
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It just did it again. again no BSOD ( even after enabling it) and no message. Screen turns off with the PC and boots up with the reboot. I hope it aint my CPU or my PSU. I have 6 gigs of ram tho, why would that be an issue if 1 stick is bad? I have 3 sticks.
No BSOD- no RAM issue, your RAM is fine. I'd doubt the PSU or Mobo. Try taking out all non-critical devices- LAN, if any, sound card, if any, WiFi, bluetooth, extra HDDs, DVDs and all that crap. Could be somehow a device failing.. If not-PSU or Mobo is my bet

EDIT: Can't be Windows. In its 30 year history it has never done sudden restarts with no BSOD
Edited by ronnin426850 - 12/22/10 at 2:30am
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No BSOD- no RAM issue, your RAM is fine. I'd doubt the PSU or Mobo. Try taking out all non-critical devices- LAN, if any, sound card, if any, WiFi, bluetooth, extra HDDs, DVDs and all that crap. Could be somehow a device failing.. If not-PSU or Mobo is my bet
well to tell ya the truth i have no sound card, or anything other than another HDD in it. Nothings plugged in but my Wifi adapter....which i have had issues with before...but before with it on my old machine i got BSODs day and night from it but never on 7.
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