- Hardware Failure
- The Problem of RAM
- Bad Tracks in Hard Disk
- Failure Fan lead to CPU or Video Card Overheated
- Insufficient Power Supply
- Dusty Bunny Lead to Short-circuit and Overheat
- Incorrect Settings of System or Software
- Initialize BIOS Settings
- Get Access to Safe Mode for Further Reasons
- Disable Auto-start Software
- Uninstall Suspicious Software
- Restore System
The Problem of RAM
RAM Failure Caused by Long-time Running
If you encounter computer keeps restarting after a long time of computer usage, it could be the problem of the RAM. RAM in most computer will not be equipped with ECC. As a result, ram will fail to work after the computer running for a long time and finally computer will keep restarting.
ECC, shorts of Error Checking and Correcting, is a type of computer data storage that can detect and correct the most common kinds of internal data corruption. Comparing with traditional RAM, it accepted the Error checking chips. ECC is used in computers for sever and graphic station to get more stable and secure.
If your computer does not only keep restarting, but also fails to work even can not boot, you should have a check of the RAM. If it fails to work, please replace it.
Bad Tracks in Hard Disk
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Failure Fan lead to CPU or Video Card Overheated
Hazard that Failure Fan Brings
1.If the fan is not running, PC will get overheated and restart without any sign. As a result, system will get corrupted or data get lost.
2.Failure fan will not only lead to PC overheated but also damage the CPU and video card if you ignore the fan.
Check the connection between CPU fan and the motherboard
If you find the fan fail to work, please open the case to check the connection between the fan and the mother board. Please reset the connection if it is cause that lead to fan fail to work.
Reinstall fan on motherbaord
Incorrect installed CPU fan could also lead to the fan fail to work. Here, we need to open the case and reinstall the fan correctly to make it work.
Clean the CPU & Video Card Fan
If the CPU fan and video card fan have worked for a long time, please try to clean dust off the fan. Besides, you can also add some oil to the fan to make it work in a better way.
Replace the CPU fan and Video Card fan
If you find the fan nearly fails to work, it would be better to replace with a new fan beforehand. This could help to prevent PC restarting which may lead to system corruption and data lost.
Insufficient Power Supply
Sometimes, it is not the problem of the driver or hard disk which lead to PC keep restarting. Insufficient power supply could also lead to the hard disk fail to work. As a result, Windows 10 keeps restarting.
Power Consumption of Common PC Hardware:
|CPU||65W – 200W|
|Motherboard||25W – 35W|
|RAM DDR3 x 4||10W – 20W|
|Network Adapter||7W – 10W|
|Keyboard & Mouse||3W|
|Fan x 3||6W|
|Independent Video Card||65W – 200W|
|Small Hard Disk||6W|
|Large Hard Disk (2TB+, 10000RPM)||20W|
Dusty Bunny Lead to Short-circuit and Overheat
Incorrect Settings of System or Software
Initialize BIOS Settings
Step 2: Start the computer. Try to enter BIOS.
Get Access to Safe Mode for Further Reasons
What is Safe Mode?
Being one of the boot mode of Windows, Safe mode is a diagnostic boot mode. It will boot the computer with minimum resource. If you encounter the computer keep restarting or unstable, please get access to safe mode to find the reasons and fix it.
Step 1: Right click “Start” and press ”Shift” until Windows 10 restarting.
Step 2: After getting access to Windows RE (Windows Recovery Environment), please click “Troubleshoot”.
Step 3: Click “Advanced options”.
Step 4: Select “Startup Settings”.
Step 5: Click “Restart”.
Step 6: After restarting, you will get access to “Startup Settings”. Please press “4” to enable safe mode.
Step 7: If the corners of your desktop shows “Safe mode”, you have activate the safe mode successfully.
If Windows 10 fails to boot
If your Windows 10 fails to boot, it is recommend to get access to safe mode with method here: If Windows 10 fails to load configurations after restarting for 2 times, it will get you into Windows RE directly. After getting access to Windows RE, please follow steps above to enter safe mode.
Disable Auto-start Software
How to Disable Startup Programs in Windows 10?
Step 1: Press “Win” + “X” and choose “Task Manager” in the menu.
How to Enable the Disabled Startup Programs
Please follow steps here to enable all the startup programs:
Uninstall Suspicious Software
System restore can help us restore important files to the status when we create the restore point. If computer keeps restarting, it can help you solve this problem by restoring the computer back to the normal status.
Notices before processing the system restoration:
1. You must login computer with account with administrator privilege.
2. If you do not create system restore point before, you can not process the system restoration.
3. System restore may not solve the restart problem.
4. System restore will not restore the personal data you have deleted.
5. System restore could not be process if your disk is less than 128GB.
6. Please make sure you have enough time to process the system restoration which may take hours. Besides, please connect to power adapter if you process the restoration in laptop.
Step 2: After getting access to Windows RE, please select “Troubleshoot”.
Step 3: Click “Advanced Options”.
Step 4: Select “System Restore”.
Step 5: Click “Next” in the “System Restore” interface.
Step 6: Select the restore point you want and click “Next”.
Step 7: Click “Finish” after confirming the recovery content.
Step 8: Click “Yes” in the pop-up confirm interface.
Step 9: Wait for the system restoration finish and computer will restart. After restart, it will process the restore and make the configurations. After that, it will tell you the system restore finished successfully.
If you have not create system restore point, you can not process steps below. Here is how to create the system restore point:
Step 1: Go to “Start” menu, select “Windows system” and click “Control Panel”.
Step 2: Click “System and Security”.
Step 3: Click “System”.
Step 4: click “System Protection” on the left side.
Step 5: Click “Create” after selecting target disk in the system protection interface.
Step 6: Enter the name of the system restore point and click “Create”. Then the create will be processed.
Step 1: Download and install Renee Passnow on any other workable computer.
Step 2: Launch Renee Passnow. Create bootable media with USB/CD/DVD.
Step 3: Boot the target computer with the created bootable media.
Step 4: After loading into the main interface of Renee Passnow, please select “Data Transfer” function.
Step 5: Select the original disk and target disk. And drag the target files to the target disk directly.
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