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HElp Please My computer crashes when running multiple programs and playing games

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#1 mg06981


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Posted 16 July 2016 - 09:34 AM

I don't know what the issue is My computer was built about 2 years ago. I checked the CPU Performance/Usage and I have seen it hit 84% before while I was gaming. I was told if it spikes to 100 the computer crashes. So I am assuming it is just spiking to 100 eventually. What do I do? Any help is appreciated.









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#2 RolandJS


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Posted 16 July 2016 - 09:43 AM

Download, install, run MiniToolBox and Piriform's Speccy.  Keep all logs, don't post them until a BC team-member asks for specific log[s].  Has the computer for some time now randomly crashed or are the crashes fairly recent happenings?  If recent, do you remember any hardware or software changes made perhaps prior to the recent crashes?  This being a desktop, consider reseating everything inside and out, be sure you are properly grounded first.

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