My system is restarting often, when i just started my PC, after login and afte sometime a blue screen with some message came, you have to restart or remove the files no more memory like that then within a second then restarting not working properly how can i rectify this? please any one help me
fan is working no problem, i checked for the dusts, but no problem also good ventilation also, is there any problem with virus? i am having AVG virus scanner
Usually you get a blue screen at start up because of the hard disk. I'm pretty sure you don't have a virus.
Most likely windows just errored with the start up files somehow one day. Try to boot in safe mode and do a system recovery.
Your hard disk could be bad.
Try reinstalling windows.
i think ur ram is dying....
Had a similar problem with one of my PC's
Try putting in a spare one which works without ant problem in other pc's
I think its just the case
Thank you for tips..............
Ok.. I don't know if your issue is resolved or not. But I JUST fixed the same problem. I would boot, it would hit windows splash, BSOD, and restart. It would do it anywhere from 3 to 10 times before it finally went through. Now... ya ready for something completely off the wall that was causing my problem?
Undervoltage. Yep. My PSU is a POS. I removed some unnecessary components, brought the overall voltage back up, and >>POOF<< no problem since. I have a new PSU on the way now.
is it asking for check disk?.. just run a check disk by booting your operating system in the recovery console.
Second this you check your RAM it may be with your bad RAM. replace your RAM and check it out..
May i know which processor and mother board you are using?
Another possibility is it getting too cold. Maybe when you go to sleep or something, does it get extremely cold at night?
I had a laptop that our schools gave us, and when I would leave it in my car over night, the next morning for school I would turn it on, and then a few minutes later it would restart. In some cases, as soon as I started it, it would shut right back off before anything ever came up on the monitor. I actually had to plug it into the wall to even get the power to come on.
But it gets extremely cold here, you can get frostbite within under 10minutes where I live, so that could be why it happened to me..
Just something to think about though.