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Need Help with Computer Crashing PLEASE!!!

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#1 SKATEnuggit


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Posted 25 December 2014 - 01:04 PM

System Specs.

Asus Sabertooth 990fx r2.0

AMD fx 8350

G. Skill Ripjaws 8gb memory 2 4gb sticks

Sapphire r9 290 Vapor-X

Corsair cs750m power supply

Kingston 120 SSD

WD Blue 1 terabyte HDD

Seagate 2 terabyte HDD

Cooler Master Nepton 140 Cpu cooler


I built my computer a few months ago and it ran everything perfectly fine, but in the past few weeks it has been randomly crashing.  It either crashes completely or my monitor goes a weird greenish black color, but the system still works.  If the screen does that i can still hear audio if I'm playing a video or I can still communicate through a chat program(I use C3).  I have went through a lot of the files on it and I can't seem to find anything that would lead it to be a program crash.  The computer has never had a problem when initially booting up and it usually doesn't crash in games, it isn't overheating to the best of my knowledge and I haven't detected any malware on the pc.  I'm really confused on what it could be so if anybody could help me figure this problem out it would be very appreciated.

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Posted 25 December 2014 - 07:14 PM

I know it is inconvenient; but can you run the machine in Safe Mode with Networking for a while to see if the "crashes" or monitor issue persists?


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Posted 28 December 2014 - 10:51 PM

That didn't fix the problem, but thank you for the help.  I reinstalled my windows software and it has seemed to fix the problem.  I believe it was a conflict between the os and the actual key I was using.

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