everyone! I'm at my wits end.
I have a Cyberpower 2.33Ghz Intel Core 2 Quad with a Micro-Star
MS-7529 1.0 Motherboard running 4 gig of RAM. It has been a very reliable
computer. I have never overclocked any components and it is clean
and tidy inside the case. I’m running a 64g SSD and 750g storage drive.
My OS is Windows Ultimate 64 bit located on the SSD.
Several months ago I started getting a shutdown almost like clock work
about every 30 minutes whether I was actively using the computer or
not. It even crashes in safemode.
I checked the event viewer and two errors come up right before every crash.
6008 and 1101. One seems to be a thermal event and the other is something
about Net Runtime.
I have tracked the temps for the CPU cores and the GPU. They all seem to
be ok from the research I’ve done. All my fans are in working order. 2 case
fans in addition to the CPU, GPU and power fans. I have blown the case
out with a good compressor so there is no dust accumulation.
I have reloaded Windows, tried a different video card, checked connections,
ran a series of test programs and I just couldn’t find anything wrong. Or
at least nothing I could understand.
When it crashes it reboots and will not reboot past the bios where
it hangs up. If I power it off using the power button on the front of the
case it fires right back up and will run for approximately 30 more minutes.
The info on line for the event codes I’m seeing are very sketchy and I
really don’t want to bring it in for repairs. I feel certain that if someone can
help me pinpoint the problem I can fix it myself having built several computers
myself. I just need some professional direction on how to diagnose the problem
and what programs would be best to help me do this.
I’m sure I may have left out some info. you may require to help me. Just let
me know what you need and I will provide it ASAP.
Thanks so much in advance for your help.
Edited by Billythekid2, 05 March 2013 - 11:16 PM.