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Pc automatic turn off

I just buy new computer but when i connet the network my computer suddenly turn off it thing the cooling fan sound really that normal?when fan run fast my cpu turn off automatic.i use acer cpu 64athlonX2 1gb ram,and nvidia.please help me

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Re: pc automatic turn off

See the system temprature is cool it happen normally bcoz ho heat see your graphic card fan is working fine and it is not generating more heat. bye

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