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Windows 7 PC Randomly Goes into Powers saving Mode & Restarts


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#1 aaslin

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Posted 26 November 2012 - 05:37 AM

Hi friends,I am facing a serious problem.I have 4 computers in my office.Out of 4,3 of them has a problem for the past 2 months.They all run windows 7.

They keep working for about 30 mins to 1 hour after which they suddenly goes into power saving mode.The monitor goes dark but the CPU light and the fan still work.Then after 10-20 seconds it automatically restarts.

When logging in after the restart,It shows "The system has recovered from a serious error".This happens every 30 mins and for these 3 systems.(I bought it from the same shop last year),But the other one works perfect for about 4 years.

Due to this problem,I am losing out office files and work of other guys.

I have tried cleaning the fan,sink and even reinstalled a fresh copy of windows 7.Still the problem persists.

What could be the problem? I will be very happy if this problem is solved.

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Posted 26 November 2012 - 10:28 AM

What it the make and model of these computers?

How do you have the Power Option in the Control Panel set?

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