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Re: cygwin reboots my PC randomly
Brian Bruns wrote:
> > Unless you have a cron job that runs "shutdown -r" or "reboot" :-),
> > Brian's reply pretty much explains it...
> > Igor
> A suggestion too - if you have mysterious reboots, turn off
> "Automatically reboot" in the System control panel, under the Advanced
> tab, and click the Startup and Recovery button. That way, you
> actually see the blue screen with the information that caused the
> Otherwise, check the Event Logs, but I've seen times where crashes
> were not properly recorded in the event logs. So, turn off auto
> reboot may be the best option.
And, if he is actually getting a BSOD and not just a spontaneous reboot,
then he should look up the STOP error code displayed on this page to
start to narrow down the cause: <http://aumha.org/win5/kbestop.php>
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