Hello, I've been troubleshooting a Windows 7 computer and am all out of ideas. I'd love to hear any thoughts you guys might have.
Randomly, from any point where it be before you even see the motherboard splash screen, to being fully loaded in Windows, the computer will just instantly power off and restart.
Checked all internal/external cables.
Reset BIOS settings to default
Ran computer w/o a graphics card and second HD plugged into power supply.
Ran computer on each stick of RAM by itself.
Finished a chkdsk /r
Noticed it will not shut down when booting from a CD or flash drive.
Was able to boot into safe mode, it shuts down there.
Even was able to do a system restore to before the last updates.
From what I can tell, everything looks good in the following shots I was able to grab from the BIOS menus:
Would love to hear any thoughts you guys might have, thank you in advance.
An American Megatrends failed overclocking message is appearing (see attached).
Crashes while doing a memtest from UBCD from a flash drive. Thinking it must be a failing motherboard?
Edited by Chris Cosgrove, 03 December 2016 - 07:38 PM.
Moved from Win 7 to Internal hardware