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PC reboots all by itself!


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My computer will all of a sudden just reboot out of nowhere, I have cleaned out the minimal dust bunnies it had but to no avail! please help! oh and i have the tune up utilities as well, it keeps finding the same errors, after fixing them.
here is the Hijack this! log
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there is no hijackthis log, but, that said,

download Everest Home

http://www.geekstogo...tion=show&id=13

unzip it, install it, and then save a report and ATTACH it to your next post.

To do this, go to FILE > SAVE AS

put it on your desktop and give it a file name

Now click the ADD REPLY button on the bottom of this thread, click the BROWSE button beneath the text bo and navigate to your desktop, select your file and click the OPEN button, and then click the ADD THIS ATTACHMENT button next to the BROWSE button

Click Add reply button
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gerry...here's his/her log...i edited it out and re attached it...but it got gone somehwere...after deleting a dup topic for this one...don't know what happened
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saw the duplicate thread now, missed it before....nothing there to explain this problem, so let's concentrate on heat first
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it would not attach...sorry!


removed hijack log
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as noted, this is not a mlware issue

Please follow the instructions in post 2
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sorry for the dupe post! i didnt know it went thru guys sorry!
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still waiting for the everest report
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Attached File  Report.htm   231.94KB   43 downloads

sorry for the delay, work beckoned!
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53 degrees at idle is warm

Can you open this up and clean out the dust bunnies?
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I will do that as soon as i get home today at 330 CST and let you know! thank you in advance!
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sorry for the delay, sent out of town for work all of a sudden.
I dusted out the inside and made sure there were no more dust bunnies in there, the fan or around the PC, it is clean now. The only other issue is i ran that pc tune up, and i keep getting the same 20 errors, even after i press repair....hmmm THANKS!!!
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is it still rebooting?

What errors?
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.acl file
.aw file
.col file
.det file
.elm file
.ffl
.ffa
.fft
.ffx
.frg
.gst
.idc
.ldb
.pcb
.opc
.lex
,pip
.sll
.stf
.tuw

those are the files that always show errors and when i "fix"them they dont fix apparently.
thank you!
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is it still rebooting?

I would not worry about a few dozen file extensions....all they are are pointers to programs.

It is possible they are restricted via registry permissions so you cannot delete them...see if you can delete one manually in regedit
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