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Laptop bios at the startup screen it says press DEL to enter BIOS setup and by the time i do, the laptop is shut off. it turns on and off by itself in the mean time

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Its power supply have serious problems and plz consult any nice electrician for its power check-up otherwise it will harm ***********-board or RAM which are really costly affair to be played with.

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