My eyes aren't that good to make out brand name and module number of the motherboard if you can please post these information's.
Have you followed any one of my suggestions, if you have please let me know which once you have followed and what were there result.
Excuse the interjection folks
I took it in for repair and was charged around $200.
How long ago was this, if only within the past week or so you should take the computer straight back to the person/s that supposedly repaired it.
In addition to the motherboard details that FreeBooter has requested can you also tell us the model name or number of the video card that has been fitted.
Hello guys, again... thanks for the help on this. I really appreciate it.
I believe the information you are looking for is on the last picture I posted. Correct me if I'm wrong. Anyway, the numbers in the picture read:
I have begun trying your suggestions. Speedfan shows all temps hovering at the low to mid 30 degrees Celsius. Also, I cleaned the dust and dirt from the inside. I didn't apply thermal paste because I don't have any and I don't know where I should put it if I did. I currently am trying a direct plug in to the wall instead of a surge protector. If the computer still crashes, I'll try pulling the graphics card next (if it's possible, I'm not sure yet). Testing will take a little time because the computer doesn't die 100% of the time. I'd give it more of a 60% of the time it dies when I'm watching/editing videos on it (my only computer use). I want to test these suggestions one at a time so I can find out exactly what the problem is.
I have already considered this and will take it in again if I have to at hopefully no extra charge. The reason why I hesitate is that I went to a local shop because I didn't want to hand my wallet to a well known store as I have in the past. Simply put, I don't have a lot of trust in the local store. When I went in I almost left immediately on how sketchy it felt but I ended up doing it anyway because of cost. It's a small place basically in a guy's house. I know I had a good video card before and he kept it after saying it was broke. Currently, my computer won't even open up Runescape and I'm assuming it's because the card that he put in can't handle it. Dumb me didn't think of the fact that he kept the old video card until a friend pointed it out to me a couple weeks later. I believe I took it in to him in late Jan or early Feb.