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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Nigitsiege, Aug 15, 2019.

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  1. Nigitsiege

    Nigitsiege Thread Starter

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    I can boot up to windows and i get a wattman video error then my computer runs for about 5 min then shuts off press the power button truns on for a sec and shut off hour latter repeat any help would be appreciated

    Fx 8350
    Gigabyte mobo
    Xfx R9370 2 g video card
    750 psu
    16 gigs ram
     
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    Updated video drivers??
     
  3. Nigitsiege

    Nigitsiege Thread Starter

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    Ive tryed but it shuts off be for it done
     
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    Is it overheating?
    Clogged with dust ?
    Does the motherboard have onboard graphics??
    ( take the video card out)
     
  5. Nigitsiege

    Nigitsiege Thread Starter

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    No it not over heating i clean it out evey 3 months and no on bord video
     
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    Uninstall the video drivers
     
  7. Nigitsiege

    Nigitsiege Thread Starter

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    I did and restarted the computer and it still shut off i dont know
     
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    unplug
    take the side panel off.... then reseat the memory...try and boot with only one stick, then try the other
    take out the video card.... then reseat it....try and boot
     
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    If you have overclocked your GPU and now things don't work, then remove the GPU and either use an on-motherboard video or another GPU and see.
     
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