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Disturbing Problem.Assistance needed ASAP.

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Lucifer Deviant
Viziam
Amarr Empire
#1 - 2013-07-24 22:52:56 UTC
When i play EVE my PC will just shut down completely abruptly and it takes 3-4 attemps to re-activate it.This has happened 3 times during the last 3 days.I have recently had someone to carry out a Format on my PC,but the issue occured even before the format,and it disturbed me as well then.I don't run any other applications while playing EVE and i don't even have any other demanding programs,at least currently, so i don't stress my memory AT ALL.Why does this happen?I would appreciate help,because abrupt shut-downs can mess up the situation.I also have a fan beneath to cool down my PC and prevent overheating.I guess it works.

Technical Aspects:
VERSION: Windows 7 Ultimate (Manufacturer:Hewlett-Packard)
Processor:Pentium (R) Dual Core-CPU (T4300 @ 2.10 GHz)
RAM: 3GB
Operational System:64-Bit

Also,as a secondary issue,EVE is running slowly for me when i PVE,and the only way to somehow combat this is cripple the graphics.Is that because my PC is not capable?What can i do about it?
Lucifer Deviant
Viziam
Amarr Empire
#2 - 2013-07-25 08:51:36 UTC  |  Edited by: Lucifer Deviant
Nobody?Cry

EDIT:Can at least someone tell me then how to copy the DxDiag Scan file to my EVE Support Ticket?Because i can't figure out how,
seth Hendar
I love you miners
#3 - 2013-07-25 14:37:40 UTC
i would check the comp T°, ensure it's not dust filled, check all fan are running smooth etc.... it's summer, T° are a bit higher, and your comp might simply cross a safety threshold on CPU or GPU, hence the auto shutdown and why you need to wait a bit before restarting.

it also could be a defective RAM issue, if several unit, try them one by one, if the issue stops and happen again after replacing back a specific RAM module, check this module further with memtest