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Windows 7: Notebook restarts without BSOD.

05 Sep 2012   #1

32 bit Windows 7
Notebook restarts without BSOD.

I have a Acer Aspire 6920G which restarts very suddenly without BSOD. It actually made only two BSODS but I cannot see a possible solution to the problem.

I just want help with analyzing the Bsods to pinpoint the cause of the restarts. It is not memory/heating/harddisk problem - already tested. It happens even when trying to boot Fedora/Ubuntu. So it must be some faulty component/module on the motherboard. In windows the PC either hangs or crashes at desktop. The crash happens the moment I click twice on my computer or just the start icon. I tried without battery and with other power supply - same issue. Safe mode works okay. I disabled all the drivers I could from msconfig but it made no difference.

Thanks seems helpful but the system is not stable to use this tool on it .
The system even crashes when I highlight an icon not even starting it...
The owner of the notebook take it so I cannot work more on it . Thread can be closed but not solved!

My System SpecsSystem Spec
05 Sep 2012   #2

Windows 7 ultimate x64

And use this tool to post all the files here not just the dumps
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 Notebook restarts without BSOD.

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