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First, check to see that the RAM modules are functioning properly. It could be that they are faulty. Secondly, check the grounding and power connections and verify they are connected securely. Next, do a full system scan using your anti-virus program, or use this free online scanner:
If the issue still persists, it could be a mechanical failure of the power switch, or a motherboard issue, for which servicing is required.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
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