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My PC boots normally under light load for nearly 1 hour if I keep my PC OFF for nearly 1 day. It may run smoothly for more than 1 hour but I never checked it. (I can play songs, movie, browse internet simultaneously).If I restart the PC, it freezes. And if I try to boot it again, it doesn’t boot.
I keep it OFF for 1 hour. After 1 hour it runs for sometime and freezes again. Mouse and keyboard also stop working. The only way to restart it to press cabinet button for 5 sec so supply to motherboard get cut off.
So if I want to run it for long time, I need to keep it OFF at least 1 day and I can’t restart it.

I checked RAM. IT is working fine.

My configuration is
AMD phenom x2 550 black edition.
ASUS M2N68-AM Plus motherboard
PSU: Xtech 450-24,Max 450w
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce 7025/nforce 630a

Initial processor temperature is 36C which increases to 48C in 5 mins under zero load.

I have updated my BIOS version from 0701 to 0804.

So what could be the problem??

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Last Post by winiwa09
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48c Temp is not something that would freeze the system. There can be many reasons for the problems you have mentioned, I would check the system for following

1) Swollen capacitors on motherbaord (they r bend upwards instead of inwards)
2) Voltage that PS is giving to the system, u can check this from bios
3)IDE Cable, strangely sometimes even faulty ide cable can do things like this, u can just swap the one with dvd

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try checking the fan coz the problem be as a result of the processor overheating and also try checking the speed at which the processor
runs

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