Its happened twice in the past two months. Please tell me what info i need to provide. regards
Chassis & Display Octane Series: 17.3" Matte Full HD LED Widescreen (1920x1080) Processor (CPU) Intel® Core™i7 Quad Core Processor i7-4790 (3.6GHz) 8MB Cache Memory (RAM) 16GB KINGSTON SODIMM DDR3 1600MHz (2 x 8GB) Graphics Card NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 980M - 8.0GB DDR5 Video RAM - DirectX® 11 2nd Graphics Card NONE Memory - Hard Disk 480GB KINGSTON HYPERX 3K SSD, SATA 6 Gb/s (upto 540MB/sR | 450MB/sW) 2nd Hard Disk 2TB SERIAL ATA II 2.5" HARD DRIVE WITH 32MB CACHE (5,400rpm) RAID NONE mSATA/M.2 SSD Drive NONE 2nd mSATA/M.2 SSD Drive NONE External DVD/BLU-RAY Drive NONE Memory Card Reader Integrated 6 in 1 Card Reader (SD /Mini SD/ SDHC / SDXC / MMC / RSMMC) Thermal Paste ARCTIC MX-4 EXTREME THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY COMPOUND Sound Card ASUS™ XONAR-U7 Compact 7.1 USB soundcard and headphone amplifier Bluetooth & Wireless GIGABIT LAN & KILLER™ 1525 WIRELESS GAMING 802.11N + BLUETOOTH 4.0 Wireless Router/HomePlugs NONE USB Options 4 x USB 3.0 PORTS (1 x POWERED) + 1 e-SATA/USB 3.0 PORT COMBINED Battery Octane Series 8 Cell Lithium Ion Battery (82WH) Power Lead & Adaptor 1 x UK Power Lead & 230W AC Adaptor Keyboard Language OCTANE SERIES BACKLIT UK KEYBOARD WITH NUMBER PAD Operating System Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit w/SP1 - inc DVD & Licence DVD Recovery Media Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit) DVD with paper sleeve
Also it passed the stress test in Intel® Extreme Tuning Utility
One thing I found is that on a other forum a user write this:
"One thing to try is to unplug the computer from the power strip and plug it directly to the wall outlet. The power strip may be causing a 'reset' which will result in a reboot of the computer"
Could this be possible? I am using a crappy old strip.
Edited by lostone, 05 March 2015 - 10:27 AM.