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kierannich

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ive had random shut downs before they normaly have no pattern of when it shuts down i just push the plugs back in but i have tried that and it still random shut down it i can be playing games for a while then it would just turn off and then on the other hand it could be a instant shut down as soon as i press the power button i have run it on safe mode ran malwarebytes anti virus then when i turn it off it asks me to do a system restore and it all starts over again
 

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Is this a laptop or desktop?

What plugs did you "push back in"?

Have you checked your temperatures?
 

kierannich

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it is a desktop and i havent checked the temps i will now and all the wires that go to a from the mother board it shouldnt be a problem with the temps because it some times stay on for as long as im on there then when i turn it off it starts shutting down then come back on and asks me to system restore
 

kierannich

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the recent occurrence of the problem has been for about a week but it has been on and off like this for about a year and abit normally pushing all the plugs works i normally have to open it and do that but it doesnt seem to work this time
 

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Hi kierannich,

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vembutech

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Hi,

Try checking your ram..

using memtest for overnight...

check for the temperature and voltage while stressing with prime95 for CPU, furmark/heaven for GPU...
 

kierannich

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i fixed the issue by changing ram chips but after a week it has gone back to shutting down randomly i ran seatools it said it passed
 
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