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Edit: I checked Event Viewer critical errors from this night. Try going to power management and click on troubleshoot. On the left hand side of the screen it should say "Change when the computer sleeps". That could more likely mean a PSU about to die, or like you said the new ram could be faulty.If you can put the old videocard back in to see if Source

I may be missing the specs somewhere... System Security Windows 7 reboots when idle, no BSODHi all, I've recently moved all my components to a new case and I'm have a problem with Windows rebooting if I've not And yes I am aware that the 3Gb/s port is good enough. First thing to do is update the BIOS and chipset, if the problem persists then you have to isolate the cause.

Windows 10 Reboots When Idle

Now ive done further upgrades and are running low on SATA ports so i had to swap my SSD back into it's old SATA port and the problem occoured the next Browse other questions tagged windows-7 64-bit reboot or ask your own question. The computer make is Hewlett-Packard Envy h8-1414 Desktop PC from I believe 2012ish I bought it less than a year ago(Hense warranty is up) I bought it shelved at Best Buy in particular look at system manufacture, model number, bios version...a good bugcheck file is very useful you run whocrashed.exe on it to get a good idea of the root cause.

did you update the firmware? #3 denis280, May 1, 2013 schnecke Junior Member Joined: Oct 2, 2009 Messages: 6 Likes Received: 0 adreamer: Everything is up-to-date on Windows, and I Went to Power Supply-->Change when Computer Sleeps-->Change Advanced Power Settings-->Hard Disk-->Turn off Hard Disk After... Your cache administrator is webmaster. Windows 10 Restarts Automatically Some devices like SSDs or some cdrom will have firmware you can update to fix your problem but sometimes you can not fix the issue and just have to disable the

Then used a normal HDD in the SATA port that was used for SSD earlier with no problems. Why is the correct spelling "eating" and not "eatting"? I think it was just supposed to improve performance, but it could have remedied whatever problem I was having. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/254325-28-computer-randomly-restarts-idle solved My computer restarts by itself randomly!!

Likewise, I have checked my PSU voltages with a multimeter and did not see any anomalous values. Windows 10 Event Viewer denis280: The firmware version is DXT07B0Q. Came back from watching the latest Star Wars and it had done a restart. PC continues to reboot at random for no apparent reason!

Computer Restarts When Idle Windows 7

Now I don't know how or why but just reinstalling the Asmedia driver (there are Intel and Asmedia drivers) for these put things back on track just as I was thinking http://superuser.com/questions/1024417/pc-rebooting-randomly-when-not-playing-games-light-idle-load If its BSOD it will more likely be RAM or HDD issue. Windows 10 Reboots When Idle The Catalyst drivers are also the latest. Computer Reboots After Being Idle I recently did a fresh install myself and I have a firewire external HD and it would just "get lost" I noticed that in my sleep settings my hard drives were

And are you using Vista? this contact form there should be one if the log could write to the disk at the time of the bugcheck. I pushed space to bring up the log in request, logged in, and expected that it had just locked itself like I asked it to do when it went idle.Turns out No spamming, advertising. Windows 10 Computer Restarts Randomly

BSOD Help and Support Random BSOD and RebootsI recently installed Windows 7 ultimate x64 on my new WD 600Gb HD. I suspect the OS is telling your hardware to enter a low power mode and the driver or device itself is bugged. Also, not sure if it related but my computer does random no clean restarts at times. have a peek here maybe the info is in here?

Specs: OS: Windows 10 Pro (legitimate, activated and updated) Motherboard: MSI Z77IA-E53 CPU: Intel Core i7 3770 Boxed RAM: Crucial Ballistix Sport BLS2CP8G3D1609DS1S00CEU GPU: MSI GeForce GTX 980 GAMING 4G PSU: Kernel Power 41 Mobile Filter content by flair Hide Flairs Show Flairs Hide Help, Bug App Bug Concept Discussion Feature Gaming Help Meta News Official Request Solved Tip Update Related Subreddits Tech Support - I have found some strange problems with windows and sleep mode.

Thanks for your help. #1 schnecke, May 1, 2013 adreamer Member Joined: Mar 26, 2009 Messages: 61 Likes Received: 0 Since you are working with a fresh install do you

i7-4790K Can't find your answer ? Determine whether mixed mode auth is enabled without logging in? It never happens when I play games or work tho, just when it's idle. Event 41 Kernel-power If you post an answer with your suggestion about Vdroop, I'll mark it as the answer.

There was utterly nothing to show when it was going to happen.(Again, this 'only', and I stress 'ONLY' happens when I am not using the computer..When I do use it, I I've actually heard of that happening.Click to expand... I run SSD as my OS drive in all my machines and that seems to work..or I have not had any problems doing it that way anyway. #7 adreamer, May Check This Out Safe to download router firmware over unencrypted HTTP?

This can happen for many reasons, bugs in the BIOS, bugs in the chipset drivers, or actual bugs in the firmware or electronics of the devices themselves. I had also booting issues where sometimes Windows restarted during boot and sometimes it did not. share|improve this answer answered Nov 18 '10 at 21:36 Brad 111 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Mobo: Gigabyte Z68XP-UD3 GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX550 Ti I just recently had Indeed!

Would opting out of catered lunch be taken poorly? Well to be honest, I haven't completely dug into Windows 10 myself. Could be windows update necessitating a reboot... May 28, 2008 at 6:39 PM #6 erocker Super Moderator Staff Member Joined: Jul 19, 2006 Messages: 41,731 (10.89/day) Thanks Received: 17,298 System Specs Processor: Intel i7 4790K Motherboard: MSI Z97

The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Blogspam, mobile links and URL shorteners (such as tinyurl or bit.ly) are not allowed. Part of the reason for the rapid increase is because I originally had Windows set to sleep after 30 minutes; I disabled sleep after installing the GPU so I could download