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Computer won't shut down.

Hello, i have an 1 month old computer with motherboard P5Q DELUXE , i came once home turned it into sleep mode in mistake and from that time it wont shut down, and it appears my system isn't working so fast and properly from that time on. It shuts down for 3 seconds and turns back on, i need to hold 6 seconds power off to let it not start up again.
My pc: 4gb ram 4870 Ati p5q deluxe e8200
my mail: catobion@hotmail.com

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Dear Catobion,
its a OS related problem, please call some technical guy ,which can reload the Operating system again in your pc, and i'm sure it will be work fine and faster.

Be Happy always

Scorpion

Posted on Sep 17, 2008

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