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My pc crash

The system go off on it own whenever it is booted.

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  • Joe Harrell May 11, 2010

    does it seem to be at the same time each time or does the log on screen come up at all

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Try booting to safe mode after power on repeatedly press f 8 key untill you can go inot safe mode w networking. also try enable vga mode
if it still does it
go into bios after power on press del on most computers but can be also f 1 f 2 or f 10 keys watch fro words like "del to enter setup"
if still does it
sounds like a heat issue or cpu issue
1. reseat your cpu fan
2. add thermal past
3. make sure cpu fan is turning

still does it mobo &/or cpu may be bad

Posted on Oct 30, 2008

The log on screen does not come on and the system go off at thesame time

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