PC turns off automatically at any point of time

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Good evening friends,

I am having a problem & desperately need of your help. My computer turns off automatically at any point of time & then if I want to start it again, it is not responding for 15-20 minutes. After 15-20 minutes I am able to start it again. I can't recognize the problems.
 
My OS is Windows 7 ultimate, dual core processor, motherboard Intel D945 GCNL & video card Nvidia 9500GT.
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Answered By 0 points N/A #102935

PC turns off automatically at any point of time

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Dear Adams,
 
This is most likely to be a virus problem. Your computer might be infected with some fatal virus, which is causing this problem. You should try installing a good Antivirus and then do a full PC scan to locate, disinfect and remove the viruses from your system. It might take a while.
 
A full version Antivirus would be more preferable than the free ones, as they can detect more viruses than the free ones can't. If these don't work, back up your data and re install your Windows 7 Operating System and then install the Antivirus and remove the virus which are already in the backed up files, so that it doesn't again affect the computer and cause the same problems.
 
Hope this helped!
Answered By 0 points N/A #102936

PC turns off automatically at any point of time

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Hi,
 
Have you checked whether the processor fun is working? Your machine could be overheating which is dangerous and could cause your processor to burn. Check whether both the fans are working then get try restarting. You can also see as to whether Your machine is dust infested.
 
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Answered By 0 points N/A #102937

PC turns off automatically at any point of time

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The possible reasons why your computer turns off are the following:

1. Overheating issue – This will turn off your computer if the processor or others parts gets too hot. So check if the fan in the PSU is working.

2. Hardware errors – If you just added a new hardware, try to remove it to ensure that it is not the one causing the issue.

3. Viruses, Spyware or Malware – Maybe your computer has a virus, spyware or malware designed to turn off your computer at any point of time. So you need to ensure your virus software are up-to-date and you scan your computer regularly.

4. Corrupt or damaged Operating System – To fix this, enter the CMOS setup and let your computer on CMOS mode. If it doesn't turns off while in this mode, there is an issue with your OS and you will need to reformat your computer.

5. Failing hardware – Check on your RAM, CPU, PSU, Video Card and Motherboard.

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