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hey can u tell me a little bit more what is happening and what is not is there any noise ,, are the fans turning on is it at least starting up but not going into windows please keep me posted ok i would like to help you on this . best regards mike

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Automatic shutdown


My best guess is its over heating. If thats the case you need to open up the cpu and clean it up, renew the silicon gel in the motherboard chip and add an extra fan (Optional)..and voila :) But if it keeps re-booting instead of shutting down, then its a system corrupt. Then you need to repair the OS using the software CD. I reccomend you to do something IMMEDIATELY or take it to a repair statioan asap since its a server. Good luck!

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Disable auto shutdown


Restart the Computer and keep tapping the F8 key till you see the advance boot options, You should be tapping the key as soon as you see the manufactures screen. Once you get the advance boot options -> Select the option which says Disable Automatic Startup on System Failure.
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First, please:
What have you already tried?
Please turn computer off for 5 minutes.
Turn back on.
Is the problem still there?

If yes:

Turn PC off
Turn PC back on and, while it is booting, tap the F8 key every other second until a boot mode selection screen appears.
Select SAFE MODE
Does problem still exist?
If yes please return here and let me know
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This desktop dell vostro turns itself on and off without the button being pushed. sometimes it makes it to windows, and seems to run just fine, then it goes to shutdown by itself... then turns itself back...


Well in the system Bios or setup there are options where you can have the computer turn itself on automatically at a certain time. However, the fact that yours is turning itself on and off seems to indicate that it is either over heating or it is running into an issue when trying to boot and it keeps recycling the boot process. There is an option that you can set that will turn off automatic restart on boot. Turn off the computer and then turn it on and start hitting F8 repeatedly until you see Safe Mode as an option. Scroll down through the options and you will probably see an option that lets you stop automatic restart on boot, and take it if it is there. This will allow you to actually see the error message that is causing your computer to reboot itself.

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Hello Friend,for resolving your problem first of all scan your pc with updated antivirus for any virus or spyware/malware it may solve your problem. If still you have problem then there may be a hardware problem check your CPU fan if it not working then change it because of heating of CPU there is shutdown problem otherwise there mat be power problem in CPU powering unit check it if problem found immediately change it ok???
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Restart at shutdown


Hi,

This behavior may occur if Windows stops responding during a typical operation or during the shutdown process. By default, the computer is configured to automatically restart when Windows stops responding. To view this setting, follow these steps:
  1. Click the Start button, right-click My Computer, click Properties, click the Advanced tab, and then click Settings under Startup and Recovery.
  2. Under System Failure, view the Automatically restart check box. If the Automatically restart check box is selected, Windows automatically restarts if the computer stops unexpectedly.
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Try booting up the computer pressing whatever key the Dell needs to boot into BIOS (F10, Delete key, F1...pay attention to the screen) and leave the computer on for about 15min. See if it cuts off then. If it does its more than likely your power supply. If it doesn't then its not hardware related.

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It assume to be problem with BIOS, check out the Bios Power Setting and Boot Priority, by pressing DEL, ESC or Function key usually used.

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2 method - try after unplug external devices and found which one is conflicting due to which it going to automatically start when you shutdown.

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