I even tried to reconnect everything that was plugged into my computer. It is a Corsair TX850. What are your system specs and what type of power supply are you running? Note I have my 850W PSU, my two monitors, a CD player and a desk fan connected to the same extension lead, could that be it? http://advancedcomputech.com/computer-keeps/computer-keeps-shutting-down-on-it-s-own.html
Usually, if you have s system failure it will shut down in some instances, usually just crashes, but I don't recall the other steps you specify. lol dude and the ram is quite slow for 3d games...(depends wut game u tried to play) hmm as u said when u play a 3d game it shuts down, id Tip: Check the processor heat sink to make sure it is properly seated and has the correct amount of thermal compound. If you get a replacement try to either find a model with a decent review or else just look for one that seems reasonably hefty (all else being equal, a heavier http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000689.htm
LOL and im 15 and know more shets than you guys! Visible damage is not a requirement here, there are plenty of tiny bits which can get zapped and render you with a wonky board. Report ALI- Nov 21, 2008 at 12:53 AM i have got the same problem with my cpu I tried cleaning the dust off the fan but it didnt work.
Thank you for signing up. I guess it even if it happens with the new one it doesn't hurt to have an extra psu lying around for such occasions. Sure that will fix it. Why Does My Computer Turn Off By Itself Windows 10 link575Jul 15, 2012, 3:18 AM Best answer selected by link575.
Please try again now or at a later time. Laptop Keeps Shutting Off If you replace the power supply and the problem isn't improved, no biggie. Good day to you! http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000689.htm Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Answer CPU??
Please Help! Computer Keeps Turning Off When Playing Games Helpful +14 Report Irfan2u2 2Posts Monday April 20, 2009Registration date April 21, 2009 Last seen Apr 21, 2009 at 05:43 AM Computers will only shutdown when overheat or hardware prob.... If not then possibly the motherboard. link575Jul 15, 2012, 3:18 AM Alright thanks for your time.
View all 6 comments Report domby- Dec 21, 2008 at 08:41 AM i've cleaned all my heatsinks in the computer,cleaned the fans,they work fine,i've installed 3 more fans inside the pc,a https://www.lifewire.com/how-to-fix-a-computer-that-turns-on-and-then-off-2624444 Once I had a sticking Sleep key. Computer Keeps Shutting Off Windows 10 I personally would not use the coolant from a can of compressed air, as it is essentially liquid nitrogen and I'd worry about it causing some tiny solder joint to crack Computer Keeps Shutting Off And Restarting but firstly, what CPU, video card, and PSU do you have, and are there specific times when it shuts off?
This means that one of the devices you removed is causing your computer to turn off by itself. http://advancedcomputech.com/computer-keeps/computer-keeps-rebooting-itself-please-help.html its not as likely, but again, i dont want to rule it out just yet. ------------------- quote quick quote jonty129 dangerous total posts: 175since: Nov 2007 Jan 16, 12 at The only thing left is the CPU and I don't have a spare to try. by ZRMaster / October 22, 2011 11:50 PM PDT In reply to: Computer keeps shutting down randomly Maybe CPU is making problems???? Computer Randomly Shuts Down Not Overheating
Helpful +9 Report Nacks Dec 18, 2008 at 10:46 PM Hello! and temps kept even lower.... Compressed air FWIW is not liquid nitrogen nor it it remotely at the temperature of liquid nitrogen. weblink Take them apart if you need to access the heatsink better.
It just closes whatever applications are running and say windows is shutting down. Computer Shuts Down Randomly Windows 7 or if there is no protection, the wires would burn and melt, rendering the board useless. ------------------- quote quick quote jackpumpkin true seeker (2K Remix) total posts: 2182neopoints: 4since: Jan Additional information My computer monitor randomly shuts off.
We recommended that you erase everything and reinstall Microsoft Windows. You don't need to replace you video card. As parts age, like the PSU they lose capacity. Computer Shuts Down Unexpectedly Temps are good, gpu idles at 45, and I have even experienced a shutdown when just browsing the internet, with max temp at 56.
It just closes whatever applications are running and say windows is shutting down."Since it is not a random hard power off there should be logs about it in the Event Viewer. Let's put it like this, dinosaur computer. Good luck Report Bebo- Jun 7, 2010 at 07:36 AM hey I have the same proplem it just gets blue screen then pc reboot pc specs intel core2 quad Ram 4 http://advancedcomputech.com/computer-keeps/computer-keeps-crashing.html Even when I try to reformat by reinstalling windows xp, it will just shut off.
This is a thermal problem. If it was the button end, it could still be a faulty cable shorting internally. Often, heat related issues occur when the computer is working hard, e.g. Continuing to use the faulty power supply can result in damage to the computer and should be replaced immediately.
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If the mobo gets wet, let it dry for 10 minutes before plugging it back in.