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Desktop will restart when the current is off

My desktop system will restart when the current is off intervally

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    my system it use to restar when am working on it some time it will just on without display on destop

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The best is you reset the bios to default

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It is most likely in the bios. You probably have a setting to start when the mouse is moved, a key hit on the keyboard or even the ethernet or wireless sending a ping signal to your pc to restart if you have that setup. All of these settings should be in the Bios under power options and UPS controls. It will not be the UPS itself I wouldn't believe.
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Check in your BIOS, normally there is a setting to restart after power outages.

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