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Computer Getting restarting automatically after showing message Power Saving Mode

I am John Simon,
My Computer gets restart automatically after showing message Power Saving Mode on the screen

I have gone to the control panel - power options and have set to never and one of the options as always on.

have changed the SMPS, Mother board also and checked for virus no viruses

Pls help me or should i change the powewr cord or have to format the hard disk.

Pls revert back to me at johnskaspar2002@yahoo.co.in with the steps

thanks
John Simon

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    i am facing the very same problem with my dell desktop. The motherboard and graphics card has been replaced and Vista reinstalled am still facing the problem any help from anyone?

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When did this problem has started
start your system in safe mode by pressing f8 continuosly during the booting process, then go to system restore option, for this go to accessories - system tools - system restore , then select some previous date where you think your system is working fine, restore it
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