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PLEASE SOMEBODY HELP ME!!!

"intel cpu uCode loading error
press delete to reconfigure your setup
chassis intruded!
fatal error... system halted!"

this shows up fter i restarted my pc,, i have no idea wat happen,, pls. help me!!!

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Hi im josh of cbu phils. may i help you. the problem of your pc is hardware maybe there is a part there being loosen like memory or RAM try to tighten the memory or clean the memory bank that is the most common problem. second your hardisk tighten the ide cable and the last is your power supply do the same. good luck!

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