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My computer machine is automatically restarting frequently.

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  1. raghunand

    raghunand Member

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    Hello Folks,

    Could you please tell me, My computer machine is automatically restarting frequently.
    I don't what is the exact problem.

    Thanks in Advance.
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    Could be a virus.
    Also check CPU fan is working fine?
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    I think its a mother board problem. It mostly happens when some of the capacitors of board burns out.
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    It would help to know the OS... but it sounds like you have a virus so try running a scan.
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    There are two reason if your computer restarts automatically,
    1. RAM problem
    2. Operating system may be corrupted.
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    unplug your RAM clean it properly and then attach it again if your computer would not work then install the fresh operating system .
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    Er. Ravendra Verma New Member

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    i think so its a hardware problem....... and you should call the hardware engineer for repairing your computer............
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    Try to clean up your files, run a system update and see if it works.
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    this is due to three different reasons
    1)virus or malware attack
    2)insufficient physical storage
    3)Due to lack of air flow in the heat sink fan or heater housing on the top of the processor
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    Same thing happened to me number of times and i checked it for virus, but nothing really worked and i got a suggestion to check SMPS and it was having a problem and i replaced it. inadequate power supply was the reason i found on restarting of my system, you can check it if helps.
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    I think Its RAM problem.......

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