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Auto restart my computer

Hello,

when i am try to turn off my computer,

windows could not shutting down auto restart i few seconds.

i Reinstall Windows Xp but not solved this problem

help me please.

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Hai Friend your reset button is Shorted so plz check your connection on motherboard with reset button................

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