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My pc is restarting every 3 - 4 minutes , even though it is connected directly without a UPS,is SMPS any way related to it.Please help me out in this regard -- (it is free from viruses/clean/Fans are working properly ) --- Kris

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  • kranthisingh Jun 02, 2009

    Thanks, ill give it a try as it is restarting even in bios



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Hey Hi,

Restart Your System And Hit F2 So that u can enter BIOS and leave the system as it is and check whether the system is restarting in the BIOS as well and if not then your system has VIRUS INFECTIONS and if not then.

If its restarting in the BIOS as well then take your system to a local computer guy and get the HEATSINK CHECKED because of the thrmal greasing has leaked your system is not in position to sin k all the heat its generating so u might have to replace heatsink and may be processor.....

But make sure that u do that fast because if the THERMAL GREASING is the issue then it may damage further..

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