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I've also tried going into command prompt with sfc /scannow but again my computer didn't last till the end. Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number n/a OS W7 Ultimate SP1, LM18.2 MATE, W10 Home, #All 64 bit CPU AMD Phenom II x6 1100T, 3.3 GHz Motherboard ASUS M4A88T-M/USB3 (AM3) Memory 12GB DDR3 1333 G-Skill (4GB x 2), G-Skill (2GB x 2) Graphics Card NVIDIA Ge Force GTX 660 Sound Card Realtek?Is there anything else I can do that can fix my problem? Monitor(s) Displays Samsung S23B350 Screen Resolution 1920x1080 Mouse Wired Optical Case Antec GX300 Tower Cooling 3x Antec TRICOOL 120mm Fans Hard Drives San Disk 480 GB SSD, WD Green 2TB (SATA), 2x WD Green 3TB (SATA) Internet Speed DSL Antivirus Avast Browser Pale Moon (64 bit) Other Info 2015-12-10 Upgraded case, graphics card, storage 2015-08-15 Upgraded motherboard & RAM 2015-07-15 Upgraded LM17.1 to LM17.2 I recently attempted to clean my brother's computer after he aquired a virus from the torrent file program he uses. When I hit the power button and let it turn on normally, it gets to the Windows 7 boot splash screen and gets stuck there for about 20 minutes. This happens mainly when I'm playing a PC game.The shut down problem is not specific to this game however.

I wouldn't have believed that Microsoft would actually force people to upgrade to Windows 10, except it happened to me this weekend on Saturday afternoon.Please tell me what may be the problem and how to rectify it Regards Harini A lot of people here concerned about CPU temperature – yes they DO get hot! Some people here seem to have almost rebuilt their computer to solve this shut-down problem!However, it has happened to me a number of times lately and here was my cause and my solutions: POSSIBLE CAUSE: I was running Advanced System Care, which apparently runs in the background and continuously scrubs the registry for junk files.It's happened with the latest Civ and even games as old as Diablo II. My system meets all of the requirements of the games I play. Thanks I don't think it's from my computer overheating (although a program recommendation for testing internal temperature would be great). Sometimes I've only just started playing and other times, I play for quite a few hours before it happens.Also, sometimes for no reason it just reboots while I'm on desktop (with games it shuts down completely). Also, another thing that leads me to believe it's not overheating is that my computer actually goes through a shutdown sequence.

I wouldn't have believed that Microsoft would actually force people to upgrade to Windows 10, except it happened to me this weekend on Saturday afternoon.

Please tell me what may be the problem and how to rectify it Regards Harini A lot of people here concerned about CPU temperature – yes they DO get hot! Some people here seem to have almost rebuilt their computer to solve this shut-down problem!

However, it has happened to me a number of times lately and here was my cause and my solutions: POSSIBLE CAUSE: I was running Advanced System Care, which apparently runs in the background and continuously scrubs the registry for junk files.

It's happened with the latest Civ and even games as old as Diablo II. My system meets all of the requirements of the games I play. Thanks I don't think it's from my computer overheating (although a program recommendation for testing internal temperature would be great). Sometimes I've only just started playing and other times, I play for quite a few hours before it happens.

Also, sometimes for no reason it just reboots while I'm on desktop (with games it shuts down completely). Also, another thing that leads me to believe it's not overheating is that my computer actually goes through a shutdown sequence.

I say "game enough" to browse them only because some of them can give you spyware or worse.