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Computer reboots by itself


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What site?
I'm talking about mt reply #11 (Everest).
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may i ask how long it stays running b4 it reboots itself?
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it is very random some days it can not turn off at all
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please see attachment for Everest Ultimate

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almost sounds like a trojan.
have you run any antispyware programs?
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Desktop or laptop?
Measured while idle?
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I have Kaspersky Internet Suite 2009

I have anti malware
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its a desktop

measure while only having internet explore open
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It's little bit high for the desktop.

I'd start with getting a can of compressed air, and I'd clean inside the case.
Check, if all fans are running.
After cleaning, check on temperatures again.
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have you opened up the case and looked for alot of dust?
if the heatsink is blocked the cpu will heat up. be aware if you cpu gets to hot
it can crack the mobo. unplug the power cord 1st. good luck
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thank you I will definately try that

thanks to all

good night
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Keep us posted.
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