|"...let you know imediately."|
6 days later, you reply.
That really doesn't matter, though.
You HAVE NOT answered some of my questions or made comments about some of things I said !
"Tell us the (max output) wattage capacity of the power supply and the brand of it."
That's on a label on the PS, inside the computer case.
"There should be noticeable air being blown out of the back of the computer case where the power supply is.'
Is there noticeable air being blown out ?
"Tell us which video card you have installed."
The type of ram the video card that is installed in a mboard slot has built into it has no relation to the type of ram the mboard is using.
"....then i uninstalled the graphics card , then also the same problem exist..."
You connected the monitor to the onboard video port and you still had the same problem of the mboard shutting off and not starting up again automatically ?
If yes, your problem is not caused by the video card in the slot.
" i unchecked the automatic restart and restrted the computer but the blue screen doennt appear after restart, it works normally, and a box will appear saying new hardware found"
What hardware did Found New Hardware find ?
Was that when the video card was removed, or when it was installed ?
Your CPU temp is cool enough, the mboard temp is reasonable along with the CPU temp, but when did you look at the readings ?
How long was the computer running before you did that ?
Your +3.3 v, +5 v, and +12 v readings are all within 10% of the nominal reading, That's good.
However, those readings can be fine even when the power supply has something wrong with it.
The ONLY way to rule out your power supply as being the cause of your problem is to
- try a power supply from another working computer, when your video card is not installed.
- try your power supply with another working computer, if your power supply has the same wattage capacity or higher as the other power supply.
I have no idea whether the CPU voltage is okay until you tell us which CPU you're using.
"quad core" doesn't tell us much.
RIGHT click on My Computer - select Properties.
What does it say the CPU is there on the right side of the window that popped up ?
"....the ram i am having is kingston 2gb of 1333mghz but it motherboard is suitable for 1066mghz is this a problem,"
You list 4 gb. Do you have two identical (same part number on the module) Kingston 2 gb ram modules ?
If the other module is NOT identical, that MAY be a problem, or if the ram has a poor connection in it's slot(s) that would be a problem, but you would likely be having problems in Windows when the computer WAS running in that case, and that would NOT cause the computer to shut off.
If you DO have 4 gb of ram installed in the mboard, all versions of XP are 32 bit except Pro 64 bit and 32 bit versions will perform a little better when you install a max of 3 gb of ram rather than 4 gb, but that's another subject.
Kingston lists only one ram module for DG41WV:
It's NOT 1333 mhz ram.
However, if all other things about the ram module(s) is (are) compatible, ram that is rated to run at a faster speed will run at a lower speed in your mboard no problem - you just cannot run it at 1333 mhz in this mboard.
If you have no problems when the computer IS running, then there's no problem regarding that ram being installed.
You can install a max 2 gb module in each of your two ram slots, for a total of 4 gb max.