PC resets itself whilst playing game, then updates

jakeb

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im rather confused about that driver verify im just doing a bit more research before i download the right tools kemical and go for it, apparently it renders a few drivers useless then goes to find the one thats faulty.
i am rather worried about it
is there a step by step guide that i need to do for my pc and its problems that i keep getting, ive watched a few vids on YouTube and its rather daunting
 

jakeb

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greatly appreciated kemical, i watched a few vids on youtube and boy was i so lost mate.
lots of things to disable and then re enable it it doesnt work after re starting ones pc
 

kemical

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Did you find it? Kemical?
Hi Jakeb,
apologies for not replying sooner but I had an issue develop which needed sorting out. This meant a full re-install, testing and then more testing. Hopefully I've got things sorted out and today I'll find something for you.
 

jakeb

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thank you very much Kemical. i was playing this game Vr Chat and low and behold my pc reset itself after like 4 hours playing,
i was talking to an admin and from a world who knows a vast knowledge of pc components and they said to
download o c c t and do the PSU stress test
 

kemical

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to
download o c c t and do the PSU stress test
Sure, why not..

I used to used a guide for the driver verifier which was perfect but I'll be damned if I can find it again, I'll keep looking tho'.
 

kemical

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Looking at the above i can see your running overclocked.

Have you been running overclocked this whole time?

You need to disable the overclock and see if the bsod stops.
 

jakeb

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i honestly have no idea, thats the PSU test that i did for an hour an a bit,

how do i disable overclocking and will that help stopping my random restarts?
also i like to mentions i dont get the blue screen of death of thats what your own about when your saying BSOD
 

nmsuk

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Kemical check that screen grab again, it's actually a -10% underclock.
 

kemical

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Kemical check that screen grab again, it's actually a -10% underclock.
Yes I see that.. I was half asleep lol. Thanks for the heads up.

Jakeb you did run optimised defaults after flashing the bios yes?
 

jakeb

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I haven’t got round to that yet but I’ve bern thinkin what if it’s somthing to do with my psu voltage?
 
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