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You should only have one stick of RAM installed when running Memtest. Pressing any keys on my keyboard does not bring it back. Is it possible that there's some sort of power saving feature within my motherboard/other components that could be doing this? Creating a list that's callable by index Is it possible to submit a PhD thesis with two authors? recommended you read

Therefore, end users are not required to reboot the operating system,which greatly enhances their experience. However, I've been messing around with my computer too much and these random shutdowns are worrying, so I will wait for further instruction before doing anything. Ask a question and give support.

The link below is the one you want, please check through it to make sure you are running it properly. I should hear back from the tech tomorrow, and I will try to post what he finds on here in hopes of helping anyone else who in the future has a No BSOD, but the display is still black. True...

Also, if I up the voltage too much, won't it damage the RAM / MCH or some other components? Any failures would normally lead you to have to replace the RAM module as its usually something that isn't repairable. After downloading MemTest86+ and running it, about halfway through the test the screen went black, HD light turned a solid red, and the whole computer was unresponsive. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f210/memtest86-black-screen-1144513.html I reboot and try to run MemTest86+ again, and the same thing happens after about 2 minutes of running.

Popular choice here at TSF at this time are XFX and Seasonic. When I turn it on I just get a black screen and then it says For Realtek RTL8101E etc. The driver might be corrupted uninstall with DDU http://www.guru3d.com/files-tags/download-ddu.html and reinstall the latest version. I figured I'm best not messing with it.

My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... No, create an account now. It's been giving me BSODs randomly ever since - though I can guarantee one by playing rocket league - even after updating everything in windows. Edited by rev_olie, 24 August 2009 - 05:23 PM. 0 Advertisements #2 daren5 Posted 18 May 2010 - 09:39 AM daren5 New Member Member 2 posts hi,many thanks for your guide.

This is because the problems are found more in the hardware of the RAM and how it works. have a peek at these guys Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Selecting memtest86+ from the GRUB menu gives a black screen for a bit, and then the laptop reboots, failing to show memtest86+ blue screen. Is this ramdom as in " ramdom minutes" or "ramdom hours" into the test ??

http://www.techsupportforum.com/foru...-a-668661.html Edit; I'm still looking at the black screen issue. __________________ Regards, Dave. the pc would start up went to the "windows 7 logo" screen..then to the "loading windows"... Submit New Articles Here Help us by posting your System Specs Save the Earth........ check over here Thanks!

Uninstalled the GPU drivers as instructed. lala24 Motherboards, Bios & CPU 5 11-07-2011 12:13 PM Computer won't turn on; freezes on black screen at startup (help needed ASAP) Pretty much everything seems to have broken or failed After the issue, I reloaded optimized defaults in BIOS and updated the BIOS after the problem arose.

For some reason, Ubuntu's version on this particilar AcerAspire 5740 laptop was failing to work.

Other than that I did not touch anything in the BIOS. There are reasons for failures that software will never pick up and these are going to be situations where its just best to give up - but only clearly after a In the past I have downloaded the massive 307MB one and installed that (in fact, it is currently installed). No more user involvement is required at this stage.

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It comprises of a series of tests that puts the RAM under different stresses such as transferring different amounts of data across the channels quickly thereby testing how well it copes, Lastly for now, before I saw your comment, looking at your specs, I was going to advise that Corsair PSU's are not as good as they used to be and popular Recent Posts Menu Log in or Sign up [H]ard|Forum Forums > [H]ard|Ware > General Hardware > AMD Ryzen 1700X CPU Review Dismiss Notice AMD Ryzen 1700 vs Ryzen 1700X Dismiss Notice Also a POST beep may be heard which indicates hardware faults.

The motherboard and OS need to manage the memory and what goes where. The time now is 20:13. The monitor light went from blue to orange and a "no signal detected" came on the screen (as if the hard disk was shut down). Whether some piece of hardware was failing or a setting was changed (by memtest), it definately occured after running memtest so whatever it was.....if memtest wasn't the cause, it was the

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Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the I believe that even a flash drive with ubuntu will have a memtest option.