Please help - Tech Support Acer Aspire 3620 Blue Screen when shutting down - Forum my computer keeps randomly shutting down before I can do anything. it may give a idea as to the cause of the problems Below is the link to all the DMP files I've listed. You mentioned that the computer is quite old for Windows 7. Check my drivers using the link provided. 3. weblink
the only error is the kernal error about not shutting down properly be66971baekonFeb 27, 2013, 5:36 AM still shutting down randomly now when its just sitting and nothing is running. I guess that leaves one possibility, which is that the problem is with the motherboard. Please read again on how to zip minidumps. Last time this shutdown happened, I was looking at a Youtube entry, so I can't find consistency.
Certainly. Please do this for each hard drive on your system. Especially in Win7 systems. But I noticed that when I hit the send to, it's send to "desktop (Shortcut)" then from the desktop it's send to "Compressed file (Shortcut)".
You can also find dmp files by typing the following *.dmp in a search screen on your hard drive. Final Fantasy X HD Hotline Miami 2: Wrong... Back to top #13 HippieBea HippieBea Topic Starter Members 33 posts OFFLINE Local time:08:54 PM Posted 14 September 2013 - 04:01 PM jhayz - PSU says 300w and here is Computer Shuts Down Randomly Windows 7 Here's an article i found, but it is a bit older:http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews...I'm not much of a hardware tuner, but in the bios I made the simple change from normal to performance mode
quote quick quote posts in thread Crusad3r Insert witty comment.Seeketh Maximus total posts: 5632neopoints: 7since: Apr 2006 Apr 12, 13 at 12:11am ^ re: Need help with computer randomly I didn't think that it was the cooling problem, unless my computer is especially susceptible to temperature change. Still could be the MB or PSU. #17 C1, Sep 3, 2013 Steltek Golden Member Joined: Mar 29, 2001 Messages: 1,626 Likes Received: 0 The ASUS tech probably hooked it Visit the PC manufacturer's website and update ALL drivers.
m 0 l johnbl a c 300 $ Windows 7 a b D Laptop May 5, 2015 10:39:06 AM the name and location of the memory dump change depending on the Windows 10 Crash No Blue Screen As it is though, do you have any other suggestions? Best to google for the actual command. So googling led me to this blog post: http://windowsitpro.com/windows/jsi-tip-7102-how-do-i-d...
I can not find the PSU. So its either somehow gpu after all or like it has been doing, just being inconsistent when it decides to crash. Computer Randomly Shuts Off No Blue Screen Must... Computer Restarts Without Bsod A short in a motherboard is pretty rare, but if that is the only option left, then it is what it is. #7 Ketchup, Sep 3, 2013 tnewsom2011 Junior Member
To post and publish a snapshot of your PC.. have a peek at these guys If it wasn't this, I have no idea what it is. Got a new GPU and my computer randomly shuts down? BSOD Help and Support Computer shutting down randomlyI seen on some other forums that it may be a fan and cooling issue, but I have no idea if this picture I Pc Shuts Down Randomly Not Overheating
I bought a new one, plugged it in, but the crashes still happened. solution SolvedMy new Asus ROG gl552jx laptop is shutting down randomly.....when I leave it alone for a few minutes and then turn it on then solution SolvedWindows 7 Stuck on Shutting Wouldn't be the first time I've seen a manufacturer do this. check over here Are you out of the return period for the place you bought it from?
I'd strongly recommend that before you play too much.For what it's worth, my situation was quite similar. Kernel Power Then upload and share the link back here on your next reply. That would help out.
It will shut down in low performance situations, and I can't seem to consistently reproduce the shutdown. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Does anyone have any ideas of what I could try next? Memtest86+ BugcheckCode 0 BugcheckParameter1 0x0 BugcheckParameter2 0x0 BugcheckParameter3 0x0 BugcheckParameter4 0x0 SleepInProgress false PowerButtonTimestamp 0 I still can't find memory.dmp file, and I'm still having the same trouble that I outlined in
Featured Forums Donkey Kong Country... A good guess is that the MB was tested in some way and the techie didnt find anything evident (quite typical with intermittents) and just marked it for return (still could Specs: i5 3570k w/ stock cooler, stock clock speed Asus Sabertooth Z77 Corsair Vengence 2x4GB CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9 (On QVL list) EVGA GTX 670 Cooler Master V850 PSU Samsung 840 pro 128GB x2 this content took it to a technician and we(He) spent an hour testing the PSU first, then checking motherboard, followed by checking for root viruses.
BSOD Help and Support Our Sites Site Links About Us Find Us Vista Forums Eight Forums Ten Forums Help Me Bake Network Status Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies Windows 7 Any suggestions as to what the problem could be or how to fix it? In short what we do is we rule out all the known problem issues and remove them one-by-one What we're left with then is that it's either fixed, or there's a The computer is...
All Rights ReservedAd Choices The information on Computing.Net is the opinions of its users. when it shuts down it will not restart even after i turn off the power switch and unplug the chord and plug it back in. Back to top #4 HippieBea HippieBea Topic Starter Members 33 posts OFFLINE Local time:08:54 PM Posted 07 September 2013 - 10:39 AM Okay. The bluescreen may also be due to softwares/drivers sp its important to extract the faulty application or driver.
Best to google for the actual command. You know those power supplies that don't quit make a good connection at the motherboard plug. Dumpfile", I tried inputting this line: DumpChk [-y C:\Windows] DumpFile When I did that, nothing happened, instead the next line showing this. Tekken Back to top #3 HippieBea HippieBea Topic Starter Members 33 posts OFFLINE Local time:08:54 PM Posted 06 September 2013 - 06:40 AM I will have this done tonight
This is probably what I would do. See More: Computer shuts off randomly Report • ✔ Best Answer Gretti April 24, 2012 at 15:49:03 Okay, your ram should run fine at 1.5v no need for a voltage bump. Of course the ASUS page for my board is down so I can't look up if the feature even exists, which I assume it does. A little while ago we took it to a computer repair store to get it fixed and they said something about it was overheating and suggested we get a new motherboard
Was this the problem you saw? Report • #12 flatland April 24, 2012 at 19:38:20 I'm not trying to troll in here, but I recently had a similar experience with a system build. On the Advanced tab, click Settings under Startup and Recovery. The sticker on the tower tells me it was initially shipped with Vista.
Check your front panel connections. #2 cmdrdredd, Sep 3, 2013 tnewsom2011 Junior Member Joined: Aug 29, 2013 Messages: 8 Likes Received: 0 Thanks for the reply but I bypassed the I once had Gigabyte send a board back to me in my own packaging marked as repaired and it was totally obvious that they had never even opened the package. Several functions may not work.