Originally Posted by velocci
So streaming a hockey game in 1080 resolution can affect the power supply where watching a 4k movie might not?
As this was ignored outright, I'll try again.
You can check your event viewer logs and see. But most likely is a bug check in the video driver causing a reboot. There could be a flaky cable between AVR and PC and your video driver is not handling it properly.
Go into your event viewer (hit windows key, type event viewer), go to the windows system logs then find the date/time of the last "reboot" and look just before that and look for a bugcheck event. You should see all the events logged as the system boots up, and before that you will see something like "system recovered from unexpected shutdown" or such. Before that you may see some useful info such as a bug check event.
Paste that data here.
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Last edited by markmon1; 11-23-2018 at 05:26 AM.