IT is because of the dust present in the fan and in that socket present below the fan causing the heating of processor. and be sure you clean also the heat sink of your processor cause sometimes if you processor temp. i've cleaned all my heatsinks in the computer,cleaned the fans,they work fine,i've installed 3 more fans inside the pc,a have the same OS as before,and the pc turns off if I start to play any 3d game..solution is to get a new graphics card,i did exactly like that and no more sudden shutdowns : D It looks like you cpu is overheating, if it turn off when you play games. Just put better termal compaund between cpu and heatsink and check cpu temp with everest software.will to go the maximum limit it will cause your CPU system to shot down.. erase the pin of it just use rubber eraser to clean it.. but if you still encounter that problem, try to use another hard disk drive.. You can stress you cpu with everest and see the result. MY computer has a problem on the power supply or etc. I even tried to reconnect everything that was plugged into my computer. Never learned about computers but fix them automatically itsept for this one shetty problem...
for instance if you have windows xp and it does this then its either your hard drive your mother board or a system error which is very easy to fix if you just reload it with the windows xp disk.
I hope this solved some of your problems hallo there I have a toshiba laptop a200-22L bought from spain 9 months ago its 2,4ghz.3 giga ram core2duo t8300 vista problem is that every time I perform disc cleanup after a few days the monitor turns off and I have to shut it down from the on-off key because the monitor doesnot respont.a few weeks ago I made format and everything was ok! im looking forward for your respont.thank you for listening me!
It is relatively simple, however sometimes you need to remove the whole motherboard to place the grip on been having the same problem but it isnt a temp issue, I took it to best buy and they ran a diagnostic.
-If a computer getsd over the pre-configured temperature, the computer restarts or shuts down. You can check if this is happening to you by downloading "core Temp": 32Bit Windows Temp/Core Temp3264Bit Windows Temp/Core Temp64If the temperature is 90 degrees during your gameplay or infact if it is around 75 degrees whilst just using your computer... Replace your Heat Sink and add more fans to your computer.. If you have no idea how to or look up on google how to.
I took the GPU out and everything worked fine, I examined the GPU and it seems one of the componments had completely burnt itself out. (GPU is a graphics/video card) David, thanks Bro for the info I did followed your instructions (Try cleaning and removing any dust from the components, motherboard, heatsink, fans etc.
It should help solve the problem) and indeed, its been 4 days now I haven't encountered same failure. Problems I've had and are now away of my pc: -- my pc didn't turn on, just BIOS loading screen and it shutted down; it was motherboard problem, replaced it and problem fixed (try replacing every part of your PC just to be sure what part is causing the problem) -- it was extremly SLOW; I dont know why but replaced stock cpu heatsink for a coolermaster N520, lowered temps and kept it around 40 °C (playing a game like Di RT or kinda...) , btw I added RAM fans( and remember, FOR ME, it seems to be hardware problem , so ask a friend or someone to borrow a PC (not expensive one ..know accidents can happen) and replace one part of your pc, then restart, if the problem isnt fixed, try replacing another and restart and so on....
Accessing the BIOSDisabling Memory Options Community Q&A This wiki How teaches you how to turn off memory options like RAM or caching from within your Windows computer's BIOS menu.
Keep in mind that the BIOS menu will be different for each computer, meaning that your computer will not have some of the options that other computers have.
Magigal Defrags task is defraging HDD in every free time when computer don't have to do enything else. I think that problem is in registry but I cant find the right place for it. Its a big comp-4 gig ram & dual core 6ghz & 1 gig graphics card XP.
In the past it used to turn off on its own when the heat gets to 45c but it wasnt that this time as I can see the heat written on the Fan as it spins so im totaly at a loss what the problem is this time.
after the new disc clesnup 3 days layter the problem come up again! Hi there, I had the exact same problem with my laptop before, and I realized that its getting too hot when I play video games or use heavy software.