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Abnormal shutdown frequent abnormal shutdow  to my desktop..i changed my UPS and ''SMPS'' but still abnormal shutdowns..now wt to do????

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Ok, we are presenting a corrupted window and you reformat your Pc.
Back up you software and any other applicaiton.
1 Put you windows disk in and just after the logo appear depress f9 and answer yes to boot from cd. Follow the onscreen instructions to format hard disk and install windows/

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