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Wait a sec... yes! Try that BFG power supply. I mean, you have to work with what you have. So I mean if you even had other memory sticks to try and other various hardware, then you could swap that out too. I mean, something somewhere is screwy. So it has to be hunted down like a duck.
How could u tell if its a mobo problem like the guy above explained?
post #132 of 170
I have not read the whole thread so if I am out in left field--leave me there

have you run memtest 86?....gone to manufacturers site to get the latest drivers for your hardware?....tried to repair using the install disk? Just thinking outloud
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How could u tell if its a mobo problem like the guy above explained?
I don't know. But right now we can find out if the PSU was messed up by replacing it with the BFG for a few minutes. It's a start I guess.
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post #134 of 170
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I don't know. But right now we can find out if the PSU was messed up by replacing it with the BFG for a few minutes. It's a start I guess.
Alright ill do that after dinner. And to the bird guy above ( sorry i didnt read your name) ive tried updating everything and everything functions properly. What i dont get tho is WHY MY CPU IS STILL LESS THAN 40 C!!!

Those arent my normal temps. I dont trust it. 2 cores wont leave 38 C.
post #135 of 170
I have a possible idea..

I know that on my motherboard theres a CMOS setting where it will auto restart the computer if it reaches a certain temperature. Even If I set it to 80c it will after about 30 minutes restart on me or If I play a game it will. I've checked for certain and my temps never exceed 52c while gaming or even folding. When I turned that setting off it hasn't done it since. Try to see if there is an option in your motherboards CMOS like that and turn it off and see if the problem is resolved.
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I have a possible idea..

I know that on my motherboard theres a CMOS setting where it will auto restart the computer if it reaches a certain temperature. Even If I set it to 80c it will after about 30 minutes restart on me or If I play a game it will. I've checked for certain my temps never exceed 52c while gaming or even folding. When I turned that setting off it hasn't done it since. Try to see if there is an option in your motherboards CMOS like that and turn it off and see if the problem is resolved.
Im trying to understand you, so bear with me. Whats CMOS? and Idk how to get to that. explain? Cuz i never go over 55 while gaming.
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Im trying to understand you, so bear with me. Whats CMOS? and Idk how to get to that. explain? Cuz i never go over 55 while gaming.
The BIOS settings you can enter when your computer starts up. You usually access it by pressing the delete key when it first starts up before windows even loads up.
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post #138 of 170
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The BIOS settings you can enter when your computer starts up. You usually access it by pressing the delete key when it first starts up before windows even loads up.
what exactly do i disable? ... nvm i think just gonna installl my PSU. Thanks for your input. brb, ill post if i crash in a bit.
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WAIT before i go, would reinstalling windows help? AT all?
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WAIT before i go, would reinstalling windows help? AT all?
Not if it is a hardware problem. If it's a driver problem or Windows problem it would but you'd be BSoDing

Edit: if you want to look for the setting it will probably be called Shutdown Temp or something like that. I think it's worth a try
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