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I have had both pc133 and DDR cause this to happen on AMD Motherboards. Support Forum Join the conversation! Nexozable View Public Profile Search User Find More Posts by Nexozable Find Threads by Nexozable 06-29-2012, 02:16 PM #12 TeKraken Join Date: Nov 2011 Reputation: 7603 Posts: 7,769 Remove any discs from the CD/DVD drives. useful reference

Select an application that is not responding, and then click End Task. If I understand correctly, you have two different problems. Remember the name of the applications that stopped responding. Turn off the automatic software tool (Windows Update, HP Update, or other) and get the latest updates directly from the manufacturer's support Web site. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-performance/computer-freezes-shut-down-by-itself/cf8635c5-e018-4e94-b650-36aa347d07f1

Computer Freezes Then Shuts Down Windows 10

Before you begin troubleshooting an unresponsive computer Check the following items to prepare for troubleshooting a computer that has stopped responding and to see if a better solution exists for specific Privacy Policy © Copyright 2016 HP Development Company, L.P. please help im almost fed up. I'm almost certain is a heat problem.

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  2. Step 5: Finding more information about software with lock-up problems If software you want to use is having consistent lock-up problems, check the software manufacturer's Web site.
  3. If your system is dusty, clean it and see if that makes a difference.
  4. Look in the CPU column.
  5. All I can find is better fans?
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Restart the computer and search the HP Web site or the Internet using the exact text from the error message to find a solution. Click Start , and type system restore in the Search box. PC keeps freezing.Help please!!!! Cpu Temperature My problem was caused by electronic components (capacitors) going bad and leaking on the mother board.

By replacing the power supply the problem was quickly solved. How to cope with lack of offline maps for Cairo How was the red coat in Schindler's List created? Z7_3054ICK0KGTE30AQO5O3KA3016 hp-feedback-input-portlet Actions ${title} Loading... http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1745933/freezing-shuts-power.html Click a window outside Task Manager.

Continue uninstalling software in this manner until you have removed all the software associated with the lock-ups. correct voltage RAM for that motherboard? Step 2: Using the last known good configuration in Windows 7 When your computer is unresponsive, starting the computer using the last known good configuration might allow Windows to open using by samgrove / July 30, 2004 1:16 AM PDT In reply to: If its not heat, its likely memory.

Computer Freezes On Shutdown Windows 7

Step 5: Updating the BIOS If lockups still occur, update the BIOS. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/pc-shut-down-freezing-29618/ Last edited by YahooElite: 06-29-2012 at 02:53 PM. Computer Freezes Then Shuts Down Windows 10 Complementary Content Kernel Power Event 41 There are 9 svchost.exe entries so I'd have no idea what services they refer to.

At other times, the computer just shuts down. see here csrss.exe keep 2. A lower clock speed produces less heat. Proffitt Forum moderator / July 20, 2004 12:49 AM PDT In reply to: Re: It may not be the CPU - Update! Pc Temperature Monitor

have you tried upping the memory voltages? CriticalCrash15Jul 25, 2013, 4:42 PM Let me see:Motherboard: GA-970A-UD3Graph Card: ATi Radeon HD 6850 Processor: AMD FX-8150 ZambeziRAM: 2x 8GB RAM CorsairPower Supply: 550W ENERMAX NAXN Related Resources solved PC keeps Search the Internet or check the device manufacturer's support site to look for fixes. this page It would continue for about 10 minutes and then mysteriously stop.Click to expand...

I will look over some other entries when I have time. The only ever bluescreen I got was a Bad_Info_Setup bluescreen. With my older tower, the lock ups happened there as well, but I had to restart the PC in order for it to start working again.

If Windows becomes active again, the problem is related to software.

Goddess325Feb 16, 2012, 2:26 AM what do you mean by page file? Yes, there is two problems that I thought where associated with each other. New Processor, new heat sink fan, what? For more information, see Resolving Problems with Sleep Mode and Hibernate (Windows7).

HP releases BIOS updates that can resolve problems related to lockups. There was a post in the forums where the owner didn't put heatsink compound on the heatsink, another had a failed motherboard fan, the stories continue, but your post is far Power settings and returning from sleep mode might be related to the lock-up and disabling power settings might help. Get More Info by Betageek / July 30, 2004 4:40 AM PDT In reply to: Re: Your choice- Test results One comment I have yet to see in these great tips is the fact

share|improve this answer answered Mar 22 '13 at 13:35 LawrenceC 48.1k677151 How do I check for bulging capacitors? It's now 58 degrees but it it was 69 degrees just a minute ago. SR-71 BlackbirdJul 25, 2013, 5:05 PM Can cause crashes yes.FX chips run hot on stock cooling , but you said it ran fine for a year with no issues. Try running with one stick of RAM at a time, see if it boots OK, and what sticks cause issues.

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re: PC shut down & Freezing by Kenta78 / July 29, 2004 7:37 PM PDT In reply to: PC shut down & Freezing Step 7: Recovering the computer in Windows 7 If troubleshooting fails to resolve lock-up issues, recover all software on the computer back to its original configuration using HP System Recovery. Write down the first stop error. P01-A3 , 17/05/2010 Windows Directory: C:\Windows System Directory: C:\Windows\system32 Boot Device: \Device\HarddiskVolume2 System Locale: en-us;English (United States) Input Locale: en-us;English (United States) Time Zone: (UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) Total

And correct, I used the stands for the board. I had forgotten how fussy task manager is by allowing on one item to be highlighted at a time. krayvokFeb 16, 2012, 9:21 PM bumping my thread on here, same issues! Durons run hot.Not much we can do, but that CPU HSF you have may be OK if not coated with dust and the fan is spinning proper.

OcHealthMon.exe 8. Troubleshooting is complete. ehSched keep, Media center updates 4. Their job is to filter the power supply voltage to IC's on the mother board.I believe the mother board type was AX3SP type.

If the total CPU is showing 99%, find the app or process that is using the highest percentage. If you don't know how to take a screenshot, then unfortunately the long hard way is to open word or notepad and type the processes you see (just the names not Update or remove applications that continue to lock up.