Shuts Down Issues in HP TouchSmart® 600t
Know more about shut down issues in HP TouchSmart 600t
HP TouchSmart 600t customizable desktop PC comes with Intel Core i3 processor, 4 GB RAM and 640 GB hard drive. Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit operating system is provided with this desktop computer. Shut down of a computer system without initiated by its user is considered as a sudden shut down. This would cause data loss and corruption in operating system file and driver software. Hence the sudden shut down could be considered as a serious problem in the computer system. There are a number of reasons behind the sudden shut down. Sometimes that might be any physical problem with the hardware components. Otherwise any software conflicts occur in between operating system and device drivers. Any unwanted interference of the threats in the functioning of operating system might also cause sudden shut down.
Some of the tips to resolve sudden shut down problems in HP TouchSmart 600T desktop are described below:
- Replace Damaged Hardware Parts
- Check BIOS settings
- Use system in Safe Mode
Replace Damaged Hardware Parts
Sudden shut down might happen when any internal component of the desktop gets damaged due to any power problems. Damage in RAM, hard drive, network card, graphics card and chipset might cause sudden shut down. In all these cases you need to replace the damaged hardware part and install new one. Sometimes power failure also causes sudden shut down.
Check BIOS settings
Shut down problems might occur due to overheating problems. You could set the CPU fan speed in BIOS settings so that it could run fast and thereby reduce the temperature inside the computer system. If the temperature limit is set low in BIOS it might lead to sudden shut down after working the computer system for a while. You could set the temperature limit to a moderate level in BIOS. Sudden shutdown due to overheating mainly occurs when you play excessive games.
Sudden shut down problem might arise due to any driver or hardware damage. In that case you could restart your system in safe mode. This would run your computer by avoiding the drivers and hardware part that causes sudden shut down. This would be helpful for you to identify and remove the trouble causing driver software or hardware part.