Solved The PC shuts down with errors after idle time

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BorisF

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Please confirm or disprove my theory: overnight some internal structure of the computer is discharged, and in the morning the computer cannot turn on after a blue screen error, because it needs this internal structure to recharge. After a while, the computer works as usual again. What discharged internal structure can cause such malfunctions?
 

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Cold boot problems that go away after one to two restarts are often pw supply problems. What happens is that the capacitors in a failing pw supply discharge overnight. When you first hit the ON button, the pw supply does not have enough pw to successfully boot the system. After a second or third attempt, the capacitors are charge and the system boots.

To test, swap in a known good pw supply.
 

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Post your exact system specs and we can point you at a pw supply that meets your needs.
 

BorisF

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Hello! My problem was solved. Sorry to bother you with my questions. I decided that I could not cope on my own, so I called a specialist. He cleaned the computer from dust and said that the processor fan was spinning a little slow, the system somehow detected this and gave an error.
He smeared the fan with thermal paste, it began to spin a little faster and now the errors do not appear anymore. Thank you all for your attention!
 

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Thanks for posting the solution. It helps others with the same problem who might be reading this thread.
 
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