Question about Intel D865PERL Motherboard
I believe you have overheating problem
Remove side of case and clean all fans including power supply one then clean and remove all fluff and dirt from Heat sink vanes.
Then vacuum out case include all vent holes and behind power supply ones
Then restart computer
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
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