Solved Computer randomly freezing no matter what doing

February 16, 2018 at 15:05:20
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Please help! My computer will randomly freeze weather I am playing a game or just on my desktop when it freezes whatever image was on the screen stays there the hole thing is just frozen. I have already made sure that everything on my computer is up to date.

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February 17, 2018 at 21:31:17
OK, the only thing I see that is not great is your 12Volt rail is a bit on the low side, just over a half a volt low, even under load when I would expect it to raise a little. That is running just along the edge of the 5% under volt limit of what is acceptable. I would replace the power supply in this case.
For curiosity, what is the make and model number on the power supply and the individual amperages for each voltage rail that are listed on the power supply side label. This will confirm that it is a cheap model but it is possible that even a quality model may be having problems.

Your temps, memory, and hard drives are all good.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.



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February 16, 2018 at 15:06:37
P.s temperatures are great
I have reinstalled mt win7 and everything was good for few days, i was grinding csgo for 10 hours next day, sadly it goes like it was.

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February 16, 2018 at 16:05:35
If the problem is occurring after reinstalling Windows 7 then it is probably not software related.
What are your temps? At idle and after gaming for 15minutes?
What are the primary voltages (12V, 5V, 3.3V) in BIOS, HWMonitor or other monitoring software? If any are off by more than 5% +/- then it is probably your power supply is going bad or under powered for your system. Monitoring software is better because it will show you the min & max values after a period of gaming when your video card would be drawing the highest current.
List your system make and model or component list, include the make and model of your power supply and any video card/upgrade.
You can test your RAM via Memtest86 via a bootable CD or flash drive.
You can test your hard drive via Seatools (Seagate) via a bootable CD or flash drive.
Finally, how did you reinstall Windows? Did you delete all partitions and create a new partition before reinstalling? Did you use the Factory Restore feature?

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.


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February 17, 2018 at 01:58:25
https://imgur.com/a/nbL0f , here, I did what you said, and everything looks good.

Computer specialist in my town reinstalled my windows, I think he used to install them from flash.


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February 17, 2018 at 21:31:17
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OK, the only thing I see that is not great is your 12Volt rail is a bit on the low side, just over a half a volt low, even under load when I would expect it to raise a little. That is running just along the edge of the 5% under volt limit of what is acceptable. I would replace the power supply in this case.
For curiosity, what is the make and model number on the power supply and the individual amperages for each voltage rail that are listed on the power supply side label. This will confirm that it is a cheap model but it is possible that even a quality model may be having problems.

Your temps, memory, and hard drives are all good.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.


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