Computer rebooting randomly could be software or hardware issues. Here are
Case 1: The client’s computer started rebooting randomly about a week ago,
maybe 3 - 4
times per day. If we run clean boot, the Windows runs normal. Finally, we
find out he downloaded a new software one week ago. Removing the software
fixes the problem. Please check this link for more details about clean boot:
How to run
Windows OS with a clean boot
Case 2: It could be virus or spyware. Run antivirus software to scan the
Case 3: Even we run safe Mode, the computer still reboots by itself. It must
hardware issue. Run hardware diagnostics software from Dell. It is RAM
Case 4: Any failing hardware component in your computer could cause your
computer to unexpectedly generate an error or reboot without warning. Check
Device Manager for any errors or conflicts.
Case 5: Hardware devices that are not installed properly in the computer can
also cause random reboots If you just installed a hardware device, you may
want to re-do it.
Case 6: Power could be the issue too. Check the power supply or power cord.
Here is another case. My $10 Dynex extension cord has all the stuff
(printer, computer, monitor) plugged into. When I plugged in my laptop power
cord into the spare outlet on the extension cord, my computer rebooted and
my monitor turned off.
Case 7: It could be hardware driver. Please refer to these link:
Re: Server reboot with this error"Stop 0x00000044 Multiple_IR...
Re: Server reboot with this error"Stop 0x00000044 Multiple_IRP_Co... From:
07 Nov 2006 Time: 17:00:43 -0500 Remote: Name: Comments: According to MS,
server will reboot at random times
The server will reboot at random times. Q: I'm running Windows Server 2003
and DNS. Is a Domain Controller also. The server will reboot at random times
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