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User Info: ajko000

ajko000
3 years ago#1
Hardware compatibility problem?
Hardware functionality problem?
Perhaps a Power Supply problem?

User Info: myztikrice

myztikrice
3 years ago#2
Aren't you looking at stopping shutdowns not reboots?
Why are you always smiling?
'Cause it's all so ****in' hysterical.

User Info: ajko000

ajko000
3 years ago#3
I'm looking to stop reboots.

User Info: MasterDonGero

MasterDonGero
3 years ago#4
Have you tried putting a gun to your PC's head? Maybe that'll make it stop rebooting.
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User Info: ajko000

ajko000
3 years ago#5
Helpful as always GameFAQs.

User Info: EStar999

EStar999
3 years ago#6
Download BlueScreenView to find out what error it is giving you.

http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.html

User Info: arleas

arleas
3 years ago#7
The one I always heard suggested was "who crashed"

http://www.resplendence.com/whocrashed

I was having the opposite problem from TC... I had blue screens that looked like the computer shut down because the monitor would go to "standby mode" and I'd only notice later when I could hear the PC fans still running and maybe I'd notice the LED on the keyboard was still lit.

Anyway... good luck on figuring out the problem.
http://raptr.com/badge/dc821beb3ce7e522d4d6721ba24c11e0/fs.png
http://i.imgur.com/r5PgL.gif

User Info: ajko000

ajko000
3 years ago#8
I actually have a program that does that, it's called "WhoCrashed".

I have dumps enabled, but they aren't being found.

User Info: ajko000

ajko000
3 years ago#9
arleas posted...
The one I always heard suggested was "who crashed"

http://www.resplendence.com/whocrashed

I was having the opposite problem from TC... I had blue screens that looked like the computer shut down because the monitor would go to "standby mode" and I'd only notice later when I could hear the PC fans still running and maybe I'd notice the LED on the keyboard was still lit.

Anyway... good luck on figuring out the problem.


Haha right as I was typing my last post.

Thanks, I've been trying to figure it out for ~2 years.
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