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Intel DP35DP Motherboard Restarts in loop

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the problem is straight forward the board restarts after 4 to 5 seconds and does it in loop and OS is never loaded. But sometimes it remains live for some time and OS is loaded but it restarts again.
i have E6750 processor , and ASUS 550W power supply.
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Hi,
I think the temperature level of processor is more than it can heal.. May be there will be some problem in cpu fan.. Remove the cpu fan and clean it with vaccume cleaner or with any brush.. There should not be any dust particles in the cpu fan.. So try this method.. It might cause the problem.. Let me know.
Thank you..

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