System automatically restarts again and again

srinumaneti Posts 1 Registration date Monday March 3, 2014 Status Member Last seen March 3, 2014 - Mar 3, 2014 at 04:19 AM
josephkelly Posts 7 Registration date Thursday February 20, 2014 Status Member Last seen March 19, 2014 - Mar 6, 2014 at 07:54 AM
System automatically restarts again and again without any warning..Motherboard Gigabyte H61MDS2...I cleared the dust of processor and RAM.Even I applied Thermal paste to the processor same problem continues.All fans are working properly..Please suggest me.OS is Windows 7 ultimate.

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Ambucias Posts 47356 Registration date Monday February 1, 2010 Status Moderator Last seen February 15, 2023 11,167
Mar 3, 2014 at 06:25 AM
Some plausible reasons why your -- or anyone else's computer system, for that matter -- isn't working properly may be related (but not limited to) any one or more of the following:

a corrupt file on the hard drive
a power supply failure
a corrupt Windows system file
a corrupt or incompatible hardware driver
a newly installed program
a Spyware or virus infection
a hardware error [bad ram, video card, etc]
Possible Solutions

If you don't receive an error message and your computer is continuously rebooting, I would tend to think it may be a hardware issue -- perhaps one the cards inside your machine isn't plugged in all the way? Try unplugging and re-plugging each card into its respective slot. Make sure the slot and card interface are free of any dust, and then proceed to seat the card into the slot again (ensure there is nothing obstructing the card and never force it to go in).

As for resolving the problems I mentioned above:

For a corrupt or inconsistently reported file on the hard drive: run CHKDSK [check disk] on the drive. Go to My Computer, right-click the C drive, select Properties, and then go to the Tools tab, and select Check Now. Choose 'automatically fix file system errors' and Start. Repeat this process for all hard drive letters in your computer.

For a corrupt Windows system file: There really isn't any way to know if this is the case, unless Windows is reporting a problem with a certain system file. In most cases, CHKDSK [discussed above] should resolve any problems related to your file system that can result in a corrupted file; but if that doesn't fix it, you can try issuing a System Repair. Note, however, that I would not recommend issuing a repair or restore unless you have exhausted all possibilities because you will have to reinstall all Service Packs and hot-fixes once your system has been reverted. As for opting to do a System Restore versus System Repair: a restore will only revert your System Registry (which very well may solve your problem) but does not [as far as I know] restore corrupt system files.
josephkelly Posts 7 Registration date Thursday February 20, 2014 Status Member Last seen March 19, 2014
Mar 6, 2014 at 07:54 AM
Hello, this is occurring due to two reasons as per me. One is your PC is affected or there are many junk files that lying unnecessary and covering important space that needed by your internal memory. But as per me, its not virus. So. please go for some good and effective PC Cleaner which easily repair registry errors and remove junk files that causing this issue.
Thank You