Question about HP Pavilion Desktop PC
Usually this problem is caused by a thermal [overheating] condition. Best solution is to open the case and see if the cpu fan is working. If not replace with a new heatsink fan combo and make sure you use a quality thermal grease between the cpu & heatsink. Hope this helps & please rate this solution as fixya. Thanks.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
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