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Computer Crashes Randomly to Solid Color

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#1 Avesks


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Posted 26 June 2017 - 10:27 PM

Hello All,

My computer has been having problems for the last month, worsening over the course of the last week. 
Computer Model: ASUS Desktop PC ROG G20AJ-US029S

My issue began with the computer sometimes not booting properly, sometimes a blank display, sometimes not even turning on the mouse and keyboard. However, when it booted normally, the computer would run flawlessly.

Over the course of the last week, my computer has begun crashing somewhat randomly, usually within a few minutes of logging into Windows. When it crashes, it will display a solid color or different solid colors on each of my monitors. It will then usually restart and run fine and play games with no issues. 

However once last week and today, after restarting, the computer ends up crashing to a color over and over again. It got to the point last week where the computer stopped booting at all. I thought my computer was busted at that point but it started working again soon after. 

There seems to be no reason behind the crash as far as I can tell. I have noticed that it is more prone to crash when loading something.

The computer also seems to freeze in safe mode and sometimes even in BIOS as well. I have also very occasionally noticed some graphical glitches during POST as well.

I do have some warranty on this computer. I just want to try to see if I can fix it myself or at least diagnose the problem prior to sending it. I am just not sure what diagnostics to run to help me figure out what's wrong and if it's in my ability to fix it. So far I have only run Windows Memory Diagnostic, which seemed to pass. 

I would appreciate any help or suggestions on helping me find out what's wrong or even fix my computer. 

Thank you for any help that you all can provide.

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Posted 27 June 2017 - 05:20 AM

Start with these free hardware diagnostics:  http://www.carrona.org/hwdiag.html

Please run ALL of the tests.


In most cases, with a warranty, the manufacturer will also want you to perform a reinstall of the OS using recovery media.

Contact the supplier of the warranty to find out exactly what they require.

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