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Windows 7: Random Reboots (No BSOD's)


05 Nov 2009   #11

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by llDemonll View Post
by networked do you mean shared harddrive?
Literally two Windows machines (this one and another one), both with NICs plugged into a switch/router, and able to communicate with each other via the network. It doesn't matter whether you "share" files between them presently.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by llDemonll View Post
if i knew which piece was failing i would exchange it, has been less than a year (approx 8 months) since i bought my computer, but i'm not super keen on sending in all the pieces or sending them in one by one. the only two things i could think it would be are motherboard (most likely) or video card.
Unfortunately, that's the flip side of the "building the PC yourself" coin, and most of us will empathise because we've also been there. It might be the motherboard, or the video, or the PSU, or the processor itself... it's difficult to be certain without the luxury of similar hardware to perform trial-and-error component swaps.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by llDemonll View Post
hardware unreliable is what i've pretty much assumed this whole time, i bought my processor only ~ 3 months after they were released to the market which probably wasnt the best idea, but i wanted the option to upgrade in the future without buying a whole new motherboard etc
If you feel you've done enough to convince yourself that it's hardware, then you may want to ask the moderators to move your thread to the "hardware" section of the forum. The relevant expertise tends to congregate over there.

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05 Nov 2009   #12

win 7 x64
 
 

I had a similar problem with random crashes when the computer was unattended. I tracked it down to sleep mode. I now have the monitor turn off but with sleep mode disabled and the system has been running for two weeks non-stop with no crashes. I know that some people had this problem with earlier beta versions of Win 7 but I am using a clean install of the retail DVD version of Home Premium.
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06 Nov 2009   #13

Windows XP Pro / Windows 7 Pro
 
 

yea, mine doesn't ever sleep, however it will still randomly crash when i'm away from the computer for a bit

edit: computer definitely just crashed when i put it to sleep, another kernel-power error according to event viewer
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