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Windows XP 12 years 11 months ago #9092

Hi everybody!
I'm using Windows XP.My system is automatically shutdown after a few hours (even less) working. There is no virus .I've reinstalled the OS but nothing changed.Does anybody have an idea what has happened?What can i do?
Any help would be appriciated!

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Re: Windows XP 12 years 11 months ago #9094

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I guess that it may be some h/w probleme. Might check RAM and Motherbord. Also can be happen by the overheating of CPU.

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Do you get any messages in the event logs around the time of shutdown? Failing these I would also lean to the overheating/hardware problem theory.

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Re: Windows XP 12 years 11 months ago #9108

I thought about that too, sounds like its overheating. Take off your computers case and monitor the temperature.

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Go to Bios Setup and check the cpu and case temp if this ok check the power voltage.If the problem was the Ram you are listening a repeated beep in the boot of the system.

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I guess that it may be some h/w probleme. Might check RAM and Motherbord. Also can be happen by the overheating of CPU.


In edition to my previous suggestion another thing i would suggest that could be some virus or malware also.

Disconnect your computer from any network if it is in any network and then run a good antivirus s/w to check for virus. Also make sure that your virus s/w has latest updated virus defination set.

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