Question about Intel D102GGC2 Motherboard
Right-click My Computer > Properties > Advanced > Startup and Recovery Settings > Uncheck "automatically restart" in the System Failure section.
If your restarts are caused by system crashes, Windows will now display a blue screen (of death) with an error message, rather than simply rebooting the computer. This won't fix your problem, but it will help you to identify the problem.Once you have the error message(s) from the blue screen, post back with them.
There is also possibility that one of your hardware compnent is causing this [RAM,Expansion Cards] try using a spare ram if you have or run with one if you have two of them one by one.
Remove any external attachments like printer,scanner,pendrives etc.
Other than this you'll have to contact a service person from the company.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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