Help!!!.... Core temp low!!!..

  Djpcex 19:06 31 Mar 2007

In intel desktop utilities it is showing that cpu core temperature out of range... my pc restarting all of a sudden many times... i am guessing this may be the reason...

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My pc config
intel 975xbx motherboard
ati raedon 1950pro 512mb
1gb ram

  [email protected] 19:08 31 Mar 2007

Your image shows core "Voltage"!!!

  [email protected] 19:10 31 Mar 2007

If it is voltage then the PSU has to be suspect! Don't use the PC anymore until it's checked out (the PSU that is). You may damage something beyond repair...

  Djpcex 20:31 31 Mar 2007

what is psu... please tell me how to resolve this prob.....

  [email protected] 21:45 31 Mar 2007

PSU = Power Supply Unit. If you have to ask this question it is unlikely you can resolve the problem yourself. Good idea is to get professional advice.

  Djpcex 07:30 01 Apr 2007

Anyways i solved that prob it was desktop utilities which was having wrong reading... i saw the datasheet for core2 duo and corrected it but still
my pc is restarting all of a sudden without reason...

BCCode : 44 BCP1 : 841C08E0 BCP2 : 00000D62 BCP3 : 00000000
BCP4 : 00000000 OSVer : 5_1_2600 SP : 2_0 Product : 256_1

this is some error code which comes... saying system recovered from serious error....

some manifest ffile
UI LCID=1033
TitleName=Microsoft Windows
DigPidRegPath=HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\DigitalProductId
ErrorText=A log of this error has been created.
HeaderText=The system has recovered from a serious error.

pls help

help with this pls... it's new pc...

  skidzy 09:27 01 Apr 2007

Do you have the windows disc,if so try a repair click here

I have a feeling its hardware failure though,and if this system is new...send it back !

Where did you buy this system ?

  Probabilitydrive 11:33 01 Apr 2007

In your 'Intels Desktop Utility' under 'Help' click 'troubleshooting'. There you find possible explanations a about voltage fluctuations. >extract: '......Fluctuations may be occurring in the power entering your system. Worst case conditions include power surges (such as those caused by lightning strikes or "brown outs") which cause the voltage or current being received to be degraded. This can result in damage to your power supply and other system components.

Your power supply is deteriorating. Some power supplies may have a shorter life span than the overall system.

>There is an electrical short somewhere in the system.

>The power supply fan could have failed. In most cases, this fan does not have a sensor and is therefore not monitored. A failed power supply fan can cause overheating and damage to the power supply....'

This supports the advise given by the knowledgable formum members that your computer may have a hardware related problem.

Final thought: (After a back up) run Intels stress test. It should provide you with a more detailed info about your system.

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