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    No, unfortunately I don't have an option to get another psu.
    But the problem is, that these restarts now don't happen that frequently anymore. So it is possible that I have to wait 2 weeks for it to occur.
    That makes testing a lot more difficult...

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    Ah right I thought it was all the time. That is not the same then as the others.
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    A couple of weeks ago it was nearly every time, sometimes after the reboot and shutdown again there was a second reboot, sometimes i had 3. But now I only get 1 and not very frequently.

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    And there is nothing in the OS event viewer at all?
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    I got some nice Kernel-Pnp Warnings, but I don't think they are related to this since they appear on every startup:
    Loading of driver \Driver\WUDFRd for the device ACPI\PNP0A0A\2&daba3ff&2 failed.
    Loading of driver \Driver\WudfRd for the device ROOT\WPD\0000 failed.

    No other related warnings, errors, ...

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    Did you have AIsuite installed?
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    I'm currently using it...

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    Wonder if you could test if removing the AIsuite completely resolves the issue.
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    Thats kind of hard work. I have to get by without fan control for maybe a month. But maybe I'll try it.

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    So far I didn't change anything. Now I had another reboot.
    It seems that it only happens when I shutdown through the charm bar, when I use Alt + F4 or win + x everything works fine. But maybe thats an coincidence. I'll investigate that further.
    In the Event Viewer there are 4 errors (with [x] from 2 to 5)
    The driver has found an controller error on \Device\Harddisk[x]\DR[x]
    But I think thats only the card reader which may cause errors when no card is inserted. But it shouldn't affect boot since the same errors appear on every boot.

    EDIT: I can now confirm, that the reboot only happens when using the charms. The driver error also did not appear anymore. It seems like I'm not able at all to shutdown using charms.

    EDIT 2: After 3rd try it worked now. I have no idea why...
    Last edited by abcdeluxe; 01-28-2014 at 10:57 PM.

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