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computer shutdown or restarts itself

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by bidhan, Apr 1, 2010.

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  1. bidhan

    bidhan Thread Starter

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    I am using windows 7 operating system. And i've got problem in my computer. My computer self restarts or self shutdown. I start my computer and while running the computer it makes noise like "tuk" several times.
    And very next time i start my computer then it's automatically restarts or shutdowns. I've check my hard disk and it's running properly. Please help me out from this problem!!!!!
     
  2. joeten

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    Hi check the event viewer logs for info,do you recieve a bluescreen,do you get any message on screen
     
  3. bidhan

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    no... i don't get any blue screen. It's itself shuutdown or restarts.
     
  4. joeten

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    Ok eventviewer is a place to start looking is this a laptop or desktop,what make and model,if it is a custom build the make and model of the motherboard,graphics card,power supply and wattage,have you installed any new software or updates,downloaded anything,run your antivirus and malware scanners
     
  5. Bernardo

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    Sounds like it could be overheating.
     
  6. joeten

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    Hi Bernado may have a point but please post the info requested
     
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    Also right click on Computer - Properties - Advanced system settings - Startup and recovery Settings... - take the check mark off 'Automatically restart.' That may give you a BSOD with some information.
     
  8. bidhan

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    Thanks.. i'll folow your instructions.
     
  9. joeten

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    Thanks TerryNet my mind got sidetracked should have caught that
     
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