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Think it might be a conflict of hardware
There may be different reasons for system to restart
1. Hardware Conflict this can be checked by removing the any new hardware that you have connected to your system
2. Virus this can done by scanning with a antivirus
3. Operating system damaged
All this can be checked by restarting the system and entering the BIOS and keeping it in the BIOS for few minutes if the system doesn't restart it is the problem of one of the above otherwise it is due to processor heating up due to CPU fan failure( fan not running or running slowly) in that case you have to change the cpu fan
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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