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This type of shutdown problem occurs mainly due to following few reasons,
1) SMPS problem
2) RAM failure
3) Over heated mother board chip(s) or seldom over heated CPU
4) Virus or worm problem or OS problem.
5) Over heated power cords
Do the following steps one by one (to detect the exact source of problem)
First replace the CMOS battery, change SMPS, check power cord, run the PC directly (without UPS), remove the data cable from hdd.
if it runs well then set the data cable with hdd, if it does not work then definitely there is mother board/cpu problem. And if it creates same problem after fitting the data cable - change the hdd or format hdd and reinstall os. your problem would be solved.
Numbers are nice,but not knowing the maker of the board & socket type I can't find what you need. If you manage to find out the maker of the board, go to thier site for drivers,otherwise Google it. If you can get it to post & load an os,then windows will pick up most of the drivers. The rest you'll have to find chipset by chipset from each manufactuer. Pain in the ****, but I've had to do this on laptops where people find a board that fits,just to pay less for the part. Kinda funny,cause then they spend twice what the right board would have cost, in my labor.
you can upgrade the CPU without changing the motherboard if the CPU is compatible with the motherboard, you have to buy an Intel processor since the motherboard is Intel. Log on to http://www.intel.com/ to learn more.