#And then I realize it is in the wrong thread, it is windows 7 computer so I jumped in. Gosh darnit, if it can be moved thatd be appreacited.
Hi there! I have run out of ideas on this, so decided to join a community to hopefully get more advice and suggestions.
About four weeks ago, my computer has been shutting down randomly. It had been over heating, the thermal paste needed to be reapplied. I tried to do this myself and long story short I messed up my processor.
I bought a replacement processor a week ago had it installed. Everything has been working fine. Then it starts suddenly reboot. Its a black screen for a second then it reboots.
I'm told might be my psu failing. I had a 300 watt, bought a 500 watt. Still rebooting.
I opened bluescreen viewer and I had ntoskrnl.exe as the cause of a BSOD. I updated all my drivers, still rebooting.
Finally I decided, reformatting! Reformatted the computer has been working great. I staggered my updates and installing to see if it happens again, I can at least pinpoint the error.
Rebooted. I checked event viewer, this is what I come up with.
- Motherboard - GA-78LMT-S2
- Processor - AMD FX- 6300 six-core
- Video Card - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti
- RAM - 16gigs DDR3
So yeah this is what I've been dealing with since getting the thermal paste and new processor installed.
Edited by hamluis, 06 August 2014 - 10:12 AM.
Moved from Win 7 to Internal Hardware - Hamluis.