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I'm currently looking to update all of my drivers in case that's the culprit. That's a good point! GTX970 Quote Aloupha View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Junior Member Joined : Sep 2015 Posts : 15 Windows 10 Enterprise New 13 Oct 2015 #3 Torquemada said: Beg, Also me i have same problem the computer freeze and only mouse move.

If there are any,then try the Online help button first.The freezing and hard shutdown is,unfortunately,common to Win10 and as yet,no quick fix,if any.One good source of suggestions is on the nvidea video card, chipset, audio, etc. SteveinNCDec 18, 2014, 4:25 AM Hi there. The tools here will help you nail down your issue to a more specific error message or hardware driver and give you a way to start troubleshooting.

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I've tried all solutions posted on every possible site it seems and still no solution. Virus Removal Thread Tools Software DDS (Startups/Diagnostics) HDTune (HDD) Hiren's BootCD HWMonitor (Temp Monitoring) MemTest86+ (RAM) Ninite (Downloader) OldTimer's ListIt (Diagnostics) WinDirStat (File Usage) Tutorials CCNA Professor Messer (CompTIA) Having Tech This is the only app/game where I have been able to consistently re-create the crash.

Please be as specific as possible. There have been no hardware updates, system installs etc. ive gone weeks without it occurring before. Computer Freezes No Event Log Where can I find a log or something that tells me what went wrong?

It just stops responding, the monitor goes dead since it loses signal, yet the computer fans and HD lights continue to run. Windows 10 Crash No Blue Screen Buy a better brand with less watts and it still do same job. Once again I would like to stress that I spent long weeks trying to figure this one out. The crash usually occurs randomly but it persistently occurs within the first 1-2 minutes of playing battlefield 4.

intel quad core i5 [email protected] P7P55D-E LX8GB dual channel DDR3 RAMAsus Nvidia GeForce GTS 4501TB WD hard drive, and a secondary 500GB, that is currently removed to simplify troubleshooting.i have a Computer Freezes With Loud Buzzing Sound Is your video driver Windows 7 compatible or just a Vista driver? If that still doesn't work, try avoiding the use of USB 3.0 or the blue SATA port in your computer and see how that goes. If I want to buy the self same PSU as the one linked to ($220) it's going to cost me £180 = $277 Do you pay extra State taxes or is

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If you, or anyone, has any recommendation for a good PSU, 1000W, I could look into I would appreciate it. Trusted Techs Proven-skills collaborators will have their usernames marked with a . Computer Freezes No Blue Screen the hard drive light reads no activity. (for about 5 seconds before, too.) just a deadstop. Computer Crashes Without Bsod Application crashes will appear under "Application failures." Other information here may actually be useful -- for example, it shows when you installed various pieces of software.

Then click the check now tab in the Error-checking box. In my case, the blue screens errors appeared because the motherboard defined to attend a higher value than was displayed in it.

July 20, 2015 Also, in the case of hardware It will display the results when windows next loads (pending any lockups). you can not deny this.I am glad you have possibly found the cure to your issue. Computer Crash No Event Log

Only thing I've done is removed a stick of ram, and since then I've only had 5 freezes in about 43h, compare to 16 the 24 hours before that. has it froze since you removed overclocks?create a bootable USB with this and check ram: http://www.memtest86.com/ - you should get 0 errors to pass. Or get some other readings in bios etc that can indicate that this is PSU related? You won't be able to vote or comment. 345HELP!

These will help you identify the problem. Minitoolbox assuming that is not your problem it could still be the odd dip in the PSU that is too rare to catch or some other very difficult to pin down fluctuation. Once this happened everything would be completely frozen and I would be forced to manually restart the computer 14 answers Last reply Dec 18, 2014 More about sudden restarts bsod dump

In a nutshell, my computer started to randomly shut down and seldom reboot.

BSOD Help and Support No error message in the event log, but the computer freezesNo error message in the event log, but the computer freezes with blank light blue screen after Get the answer carlgodAug 19, 2016, 7:41 PM Colif said: if you get no bsod & no events, it just means its not windows, and it has no idea why its I also formatted the whole hard drive and made sure I installed windows on the first partition on the list. Reliability Monitor Windows 10 That's because drivers are "below" the core system.

To do so, launch the tool with a Start menu search for "Event Viewer," select "System" under "Windows Logs," and look for "Error" messages. Could that be the problem or not? Reply to carlgod ColifAug 19, 2016, 9:18 PM Heat can cause crashes, yes.Sounds like you need better cooling, or clean fans in case. Pressing the CAPS Lock key doesn't turn the light on on my keyboard.

clean system. (i can rule this out since it happened from day one anyway, just thought i'd mention it)UPDATE: I started looking up BIOS update release notes for my issue. If it works we'll have a more certain cause of the problem. Although the answer you provided is also a logical option to check just in case the issue is not in fact power related but software related.