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My Computer Restarts When Im Playing A 2D Game

Here's what you do. What's the rated power output of your power supply? Ask ! If you have: try rolling back to older drivers. get redirected here

Assuming it's consistent for when you play most demanding games, it's likely: - GFX card drivers- GFX card overheating- Not enough power- Antivirus doing something unwelcome in background The error message Perhaps borrow one from a friend? My PC randomly restarted again when I was playing ACIII and I immediately checked the event viewer and I found this. I have reinstalled windows I don't know how many times, updated bios, CMOS etc system runs stable then back to kernel 41I am wondering if it is software related?

Such as heat, power draw or faulty or incorrect setup of hardware. I usually run it just fine with PhysX, but GU9 broke PhysX so it's currently off. Because i recently tried within the past 2 days some other games, and my computer restarted in Evolve, and Borderlands 2. NO BSoD.

  1. I am running the 64x version on a 64x OS.
  2. its more than possible as the standard has changed 2-3 times since 2007 as cpus required much lower powerstates than they used to.
  3. Also, I don't think it's an overheating problem, as it would shut down instead of restart.
  4. Games crashing when starting and experiencing random computer restarts.
  5. I do think whats happening is im getting a blue screen that I cant see since it just restarts.
  6. It still ran 2D games flawlessly.
  7. No bug reports.
  8. start up, automatic repair, &...
  9. It could also be overheating, failing hardware or outdated drivers.
  10. Diablo isn't a particularly advanced game in terms of 3D lol..

Also overheating can sometimes lead to restarts. –AndrejaKo Oct 21 '11 at 10:55 do you have the restarting on BSOD enabled? Happen on most games when saves are being written on and the pc freeze. With his machine, he can easily run Ultra. My computer restarts when im playing a 2D game This is a discussion on My computer restarts when im playing a 2D game within the Windows XP Support forums, part of

If you can't recreate out side of the games I would figured out what is being used exclusively by them (or at least the only thing being used hard) and I A bit vague. Post your logs there and not here ! http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1940170/computer-restarts-game-read-description.html i have great cpu and hdd and board but my gpu is a gts540 .

But I remember a year ago, those games were working fine. you need to look at all category's not just the critical. Bad ram perhaps to? Might be worth checking the health of your hard drive whilst you're figuring all this out.

My character still doesn't show up! http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/why-my-computer-keeps-restarting-whenever-i-play-game.86392/ I have an i5-2320 and I also run the game fine with maximum shadows and flora, with all other settings maxed out, ultra textures, etc. A friend of mine has been helping me with the problem and there is no problem with my hard drives, graphics card, or processor. I have an AMD FX 8150 8 core processor, AMD HD 7970 graphics card, I have a crosshair 5 motherboard so I know that my PC is more than capable of

It takes up not much space at all, and its 2D. http://liveterrain.com/my-computer/computer-problem-please-help-me.php permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]lazarus78 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(0 children)Believe what you want. AC NepetaJun 29, 2015, 5:50 AM HEXiT said: the last time coolmax released a 600w unit was about 5 years ago judging by the reviews. If the psu is dying this would cause the system to restart/shutdown or other erratic behaviors would occur.

Joccaren5 POSTED: 19 Oct 2012 05:54 Premium MemberPosts: 3114Joined: 29 Mar 2011Sounds to me like a heat problem, and with reasonably high end parts you NEED good cooling and cable Discussion in 'Player Support' started by AbyssicHate, Jun 9, 2013. I don't know what happened, but I went back on Starbound and resumed where I left off. http://liveterrain.com/my-computer/my-computer-and-i-need-your-help.php If the cpu temp gets higher than 65C then it's overheating.

I won't use it, since it seems to cause more problems than fix them. I was ten minutes into Borderlands 2 when my computer randomly crashed and restarted again. Perhaps add a fan or two within the case for better cooling.

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I have an AMD FX 8150 8 core processor, AMD HD 7970 graphics card, I have a crosshair 5 motherboard so I know that my PC is more than capable of Is your system in any way overclocked? The router is connected to the same power strip that my computer is connected to, and the strip said that it was surge protected. I have a emachines XP 2000, 512MB, and 160 GB.

Your "player" folder should be there. Have you updated the drivers on your Graphics Card recently? A computer without an operating system can't do anything. this page Post your logs there and not here !

It is not heat issue, i doubt power also as it is unlikely my PSU knows what game I´am playing. Where'd you get that from? This would drop the load and the PSU would come straight back on again - letting the PC boot back up. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]Dutchguy12345 -3 points-2 points-1 points 1 year ago(1 child) wants to stop "game of bigger balls" proceeds to one-up me by telling me he's worked in computer shops since age 10 Hahaha.

EDIT: Computer details OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit Processor: Intel Core i5 CPU 750 @ 2.67GHz 2.67GHz RAM: 4 GB Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTS 250 Hard Drive: 1 TB