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Typically the problem your describing is found in the power supply.
You will need to replace the power supply with the same watt rating and compatibility as your PC.
Just to confirm that is the issue, I would disconnect all attached interface cards and drives from the motherboard..with the power supply being the only attached item.
Power up the PC, if it stays on.. the power supply is good.
You will then install each component one at a time and restart.
You will identify the bad component when the problem comes back.
Make sure to disconnect the power cord each time you remove and install each component. Never plug any component into the motherboard while the power supply is connect to power.
Posted on Nov 30, 2013
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