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Restarting usually is an indication of a faulty power supply.. Either the actual power supply, or bad capacitors on the motherboard. Look at the motherboard at look for bulging, splitting or leaking capacitors. The are little cylinders sticking up all over. The should be cylindrical with flat tops and bottoms. If they are bulging, split or leaking, then you have a bad motherboard. You could just replace the caps, but usually the cost of a replacement board is cheaper, and faster than trying to find replacement caps of good quality.
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