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speederpro

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My computer keep shutting down randomly. Like 3 or more times in an 8 hour period. I have check the CPU heat and it is currently running at a steady 50 degree. There is no power failure, no viruses, no spyware. I just reinstall my whole computer and it is still doing it. I don't find any hardware failure either. Does anyone have a solution? :eek:
 

speederpro

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Thanks, I will test it and see what the result. And what is PSU? How do i test it?
 
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PSU stands for Power Supply Unit . But you already stated that you know there is no power failure.

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speederpro

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I tested the memory and it is fine. Is there any other suggestions?

Thanks for trying to help me...:D
 

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Is it shutting down (like Start>Shutdown) or crashing (freeze or Blue screen) ?
 

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Alright, I was only able to run up to 40% of memory test. It gave me something like this:
Tst Pass Failing address Good Bad Err Bits count
7 19 00012f4e478 - 303MB 76f4296C 76fc296c 00080000 1

I have no clue what this means. Oh, the total error count is 50.
 

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Oh, this time I ran the memory test on a different machine with the ram on the failing machine.

How it crashes? Changes a blue screen, then restart. And the failing machine now uses a new ram but still does the same thing.

The ram from the failing machine ran on a known good machine fail the memory test but doesn't change to blue screen and restart.
 
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