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    Exclamation A Problem In MotherBoard Or Bios

    I have a problem in the motherboard NVidia Model No. N73V-s BIOS Ver P1.30 when you run any game from the stands work perfectly and then doing a Restart , I have updated the BIOS model to a New and the same problem still exists
    And you make a BIOS update for the old model to Stand at the beginning of operation


    Thanks to everyone who tried to solve the problem.

    Thank you for all,
    But first I have been working in the field of hardware specifically in the Department of the motherboard
    I have experienced two types of the CPU:
    Pentium Dual Core E2200 2 .2 0 / 1m / 800
    Celeron D 347 3 .06 / 512 / 533

    Been tested two types of RAM
    1 G good ram 800
    512 Spyder 667
    The problem continues to have a list of
    When you run any game stands completely on the work
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    it's could be bad RAM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zamzam99 View Post
    I have a problem in the motherboard NVidia Model No. N73V-s BIOS Ver P1.30 when you run any game from the stands work perfectly and then doing a Restart , I have updated the BIOS model to a New and the same problem still exists
    And you make a BIOS update for the old model to Stand at the beginning of operation


    Thanks to everyone who tried to solve the problem.
    Zamzam99 - welcome to the PureOC Forums!

    I don't follow exactly what you mean in your question. Are you saying that you play a game, it starts to work perfectly, and then the computer restarts in the middle of playing?

    As Deton said, it could be bad RAM. It could potentially be a bad piece of hardware anywhere in your case, or bad drivers/newly installed software/viruses in Windows.

    If you don't mind, will you please reply with the full specs of your system, or else edit your system specs in your profile?

    P.S. If you don't mind, can you use another font color, as that dark blue is really hard to read against the charcoal background in the forums.

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    I believe he means it's working ok at daily work load and as soon he started the games and it BSOD on him. Something like this usually 99% memory related....but wait he didn't say anything about overclocking.....hmmmm.

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    Have you OC your CPU and GPU or not?

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    Could be a lot of things and just like Deton said maybe the Ram. Usually when a system restarts, it is due to something possibly overheating. Namely the CPU or GPU. Make sure all your hadrware namely the CPU and GPU heatsink are clean. Years of dust accumulates and causes them to run warm.


    What are the temps of the CPU and GPU?????

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