Windows Thread, Machines switch off if idle in Technical; Some motherboards can shutdown the PC if CPU temps are too hot......
24th April 2008, 03:13 PM #16
Some motherboards can shutdown the PC if CPU temps are too hot...
24th April 2008, 03:21 PM #17
Yep that would be a winner with me. We have had a few and when you check the cpu temp in bios it was nearlly 100c after removing all the dust from case fans, cpu fan, power supply fan its back down to 30c ish. It would stay on for a while and then just turn off like there was a power cut no warning.
Originally Posted by Gerry
24th April 2008, 03:42 PM #18
I'm guessing this too....
Originally Posted by rhyds
I use EZ-GPO client to set the power options by Group Policy. We had trouble with machines going into standby and hibernation at different times - and if people had/hadn't logged in. (Windows manages power options really badly!)
Also students didn't know if they were off, the screen was blank or the computer was in standby. Now they know that if the screen is black, just wiggle the mouse - no need to press the power button!
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