Random Rebooting

  RobCharles1981 22:30 03 Aug 10

Specs For The Reference:

Intel Core I5 750
Asus P7P55D LE Motherboard
Powercolor 5850 Graphics card
Corsair 750 Modular PSU

I've been looking into this problem, I'm getting these random freezes and its driving me nuts. I decided to put my thinking cap on and ran memtest which came back fine.

Then My Graphics Card was showing the BSOD with the stop error code: click here

This I googled the stop error code I have the latest graphics drivers installed so that was cool returned the graphics card back to Ebuyer today.

So at the moment I'm using my spare graphics card witch is the 4670 from my Spare Computer which I know works fine.

I'm still getting these freezing issues and now it likes to reboot. I'm very certain the PSU is playing up now.

So what do you think?



  birdface 22:44 03 Aug 10

Overheating maybe.
Did you check for dust and fluff when you were inside the computer and was all of the fans working Ok.

  RobCharles1981 22:47 03 Aug 10

All Fine.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 22:49 03 Aug 10

FReeezing PC

1. Overheat due to faulty / blocked fans

2. PSU voltages

3. Household power surges fridge etc switching on/off

4. faulty memory stick try memtest click here

5. virus or spyware scan for both especially if shutting down with in a few minutes of switch on or internet use

6. driver conflicts especially grahics cards get the latest drivers for your equipment

  RobCharles1981 23:03 03 Aug 10


1. The Fans are ok.

2. A Most Likely

3. Don't think it might be that.

4. I recently ran memtest it came back clean will try another test of this tomorrow.

5. All Clean

6. Latest Drivers obtained.



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