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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey folks. I was playing Factorio today when my screens went gray and the music stopped.
I re-booted my pc and was faced with this ( files attatched )

 

  • Tried booting on different RAM sticks. Error persists
  • Tried un-plugging HDD. Error persists.
  • Error shows up even in BIOS

 

Im thinking it's a CPU or GPU error but i have no spare parts to check.
What do you guys this is the issue?

What would be the cheapest way to fix it?

 

Thanks in forehand <3

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Definitely GPU. I'd say take it out and put it back in as well as reseating the power connectors may help. Make sure any cables aren't cut or damaged, and that both sides are in properly.


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It's the GPU. Remove it, plug it back in. If the issue persists, add some voltage to it / lower the clock speeds. If that doesn't help then you pretty much have to get a new one.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 hours ago, LabRat said:

on a side.......... I had a bad power supply cause that once. just something to check ( swap out )??

 

3 hours ago, Morgan MLGman said:

It's the GPU. Remove it, plug it back in. If the issue persists, add some voltage to it / lower the clock speeds. If that doesn't help then you pretty much have to get a new one.

i have no replacement. i removed my GPU and now the pc boots for 5 seconds then shuts down (and repeats that cycle)
Still think its gpu or is that normal if you dont have a gpu installed?


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