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Old 01-31-2017, 10:44 PM
richardwalter richardwalter is offline
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Default Need help to determine cause of restarts

Hey guys,
Long story short, my pc restarts, no bsod or any error. I researched quite a lot and ive came to the conclusion its the power supply. Now, i wonder, is the problem the psu, or the gpu not receiving enough power (gpu), I've already looked into the psu's i will buy, but i dont want to buy one and then its not the psu problem its the gpu not receving enough power. So my question in the end of the day is : Can the gpu not receiving enough power restart pc, or is it cause psu is not emitting enough power ?
I'm new in this forum, I have worked with multiple firms
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Any tips on what to do and how I should do it would be very appreciated. Thanks!
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1. Press the Win+Break key combination to summon the System window or System Properties dialog box.

2. The Break key is also the Pause key on some keyboards.

3. Open the Advanced tab in the System Properties dialog box.

3. In Windows XP, you just click the tab. In Windows 7 and Vista, click the Advanced System Settings link on the left side of the window. In Windows Vista, you then click the Continue button or type the administrator’s password to continue.

4. Click the Settings button in the Startup and Recovery area.

5. Remove the check mark by the item Automatically Restart.

6. Click OK and close whatever other windows or other dialog boxes linger on the screen.
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