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Problems like this are usually best as a hands-on troubleshoot - I would have at a guess it's your power supply. Did you notice any smells or hot points on top of your computer as this happened?
If you got a power spike, there's also a good chance the processor (CPU) or mobo power regulator is had it.
Power supplies (PSU) can be troublesome to test and I would suggest you take the PSU to a reputable repairer who would be able to plug in a tester and tell you in an instant if it's ok or not.
Let's start with that and go from there - anything else you can enlighten us with about the fault or your findings?
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Posted on Feb 02, 2009
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