Quote: Originally Posted by Geek2012
I was just thinking... if the computer is shutting off completely hardware is most likely at play, which would explain the lack of a BSoD as well. Your computer is custom built right? The first thing I would check is the PSU... although if those are bad, they don't usually shut off over night--they usually cause all sorts of strange power issues. My suggestion at this point would be leaving it on overnight in safe mode and seeing if it still shuts down.
BSODs can still occur, even when a hardware component is faulty or has failed (Stop 0x124
is a good example) Dump Files - Configure Windows to Create on BSOD
Has Windows been configured to create a dump file?
Have you performed a malware scan? What anti-virus programs are you using?
No information is showing in your .NFO
file for some reason
Could you please upload it again: Start
> Type: msinfo32
> File, Save