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Windows 7: No signal after few minutes+no hdd activity

29 Mar 2018   #1
computergeek702

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
 
 
No signal after few minutes+no hdd activity

As the title says my pc keeps turning off the display after a few minutes and there is no hdd activity. I also pressed the num lock key but it doesn't blink. Changing mobos also didnt help help meeee!!!!!
Specs:
Intel core 2 duo e8400@3.06ghz
3 gb ram
Asus p5kpl am in/biostar g31d m7
Samsung sata 3gbps 7200 rpm hdd


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29 Mar 2018   #2
computergeek702

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by computergeek702 View Post
As the title says my pc keeps turning off the display after a few minutes and there is no hdd activity. I also pressed the num lock key but it doesn't blink. Changing mobos also didnt help help meeee!!!!!
Specs:
Intel core 2 duo e8400@3.06ghz
3 gb ram
Asus p5kpl am in/biostar g31d m7
Samsung sata 3gbps 7200 rpm hdd
Okay so I have plugged out the hard drive and the same happens when I try to boot from cd on my biostar mobo. So any suggestions
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29 Mar 2018   #3
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

It can be due to CPU high temperature. Is the heat sink dust free?
Also can be a defective Power supply.
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30 Mar 2018   #4
computergeek702

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
 
 

No my cpu is always below 50 c while warning temp of my cpu is 72 c. I use that psu on other mobo and it hasn't caused any problems. I forgot to tell that my cpu socket had bent 3 pins. One was repaired but the other two broke off. Fortunately those broken pin were ground and not used pins as the circuit diagram of lga 775 socket
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11 Apr 2018   #5
computergeek702

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
 
 

Ok so no one wants to help me
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