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On Windows 7 and 8(.1) the following works (put in .reg file and run): Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\WindowsUpdate\AU] "NoAutoRebootWithLoggedOnUsers"=dword:00000001 For Windows 10, see How to *disable* automatic reboots in Windows 10?


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I had the same problem, with the same game, with the amount of RAM. I had 2 x 8GB sticks, as a test I removed one of the 8GB sticks and never had the problem again. Quick and easy to test, give it a try.


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Do you have the Nvidia driver installed? If this is true install nvidia again like this: pacman -Syy nvidia nvidia-utils nvidia-libgl libvdpau libcl Reboot and check if options shows up. If you still have a problem run lg: alt+r -> type lg in run command. You'd have Gnome looking glass, go to extensions and check if Status Menu Buttons have some ...


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Even though this is a old thread. It's a classic case which I faced. Given the situations when it was rebooting as above, it is the reset or the power cable attached to the motherboard. Mostly the reset cable. Remove the reset cable, and you would know that it has stopped rebooting. This should be the first step in troubleshooting a random rebooting ...


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Solved the issue on my machine by using partitions rather than raw drives. So instead of mdadm --create --verbose /dev/md0 --level=5 --raid-devices=5 /dev/sda /dev/sdc /dev/sdd /dev/sde /dev/sdf it would be mdadm --create --verbose /dev/md0 --level=5 --raid-devices=5 /dev/sda1 /dev/sdc1 /dev/sdd1 /dev/sde1 /dev/sdf1 Make sure you set the raid flag(I ...


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There's a duplicate on Ask Different. tl;dr: install the latest iTerm2 beta 2.9+, and make sure your Mac is set to not close windows when quitting an app. The new version of iTerm2 restores windows and working directories automagically!


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When Windows is shutdown or rebooted is there a way to execute a script? Execute gpedit.msc (local Policies) Windows settings -> Scripts -> Shutdown -> Properties -> Add Source http://stackoverflow.com answer How to schedule a task to run when shutting down windows by Dan Williams.


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These routers are known for being clocked too high which causes overheating, they need a heatsink mounted on the CPU, this will solve the restarting issues.


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Glad you figured out the problem, due to PSU instability issues. Instability One sign of power problems is system instability under load. This can be a tricky symptom to diagnose, since many different things can cause random errors and crashes. If you can rule out software problems, bad hard drive sectors, and a virus, continued unexplained crashes could ...


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To be entirely honest, stop error 0x0000001a is not good at all, as Windows has encountered a serious Memory Management error. I would suggest to start out by booting the Memtestx86 CD to see if your RAM is bad.


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Turn off secure boot in BIOS, it worked for me (exactly every second restart worked till change).


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This is because of Fast Startup where Windows never completely shuts down unless you restart. Rather, it will do a hybrid shutdown, where it will partially shut down, partially hibernate. This method means it unloads the User Space and hibernates the System Space including the drivers, which means on a full start (or reboot) Windows has to load all the ...



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