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My pc problems

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im berdon of philippines, at 1st my pc has 1gb of ram and my OS is Vista. nad now i upgrade my ram into 2 gb ang i change my Os to XP pack 3. and the problem is my pc is always restarting. could you help me pls.

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Re: my pc problems - PC Chips P23G Motherboard Motherboards

Reset your cmos, use default bios config

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Re: my pc problems

This was also a problem with one of our computers. The same case until we changed the power supply. The power supply installed was factory defect.

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Maybe something is wrong with your power supply. If power supply get old, it will restart the computer by itself. Try to borrow a friend's power supply and test it out.

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