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Suddenly pc restarted.

My pc with p4 , 2.4 ghz, motherboard: Biostar, ram: 512.
At running state the PC suddenly restarts. and it occurs repeatedly. can  anyone pls solve it?
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Your CPU is overheating
1) Turn off computer and remove case side
2) remove fan from "heatsink" do NOT remove Heatsink "Usually this is stuck with solidified heat paste"
3) clean all dust and dirt from heatsink and fan.
4) vacuum out case Include behind power supply and video card.and any other fans
5) use stiff brush and vacuum outside of power supply
Reboot and see if still restarts if not everything OK
shutdown PC and refit case side.
This is a common problem on a lot of computers as the environment they are used in is usually dusty.
I do mine every 3/4 months and have no problems like this
Please when works give me a fixya

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