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Computer freezes, No Keyboard No mouse, but machine keeps on running

1 - 2 minutes after I turn on the Computer everything freezes, Mouse & Keyboard quit responding, However the machine keeps running most of the time. Sometimes It will shut Itself down. The only way I can shut It down Is by Unplugging machine. Sometimes It will automatically restart Itself when plugged back In. I've updated the BIOS (P4mpm613.bfb). I have an Intel Celeron D 360 Processor 3.46GHz, 512KB Cache, 533MHz FSB, Cedar Mill-512, OEM, Socket 775. I am currently using a 300W Power Source, I have also tried a 450W Power Source.

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Try to check the capacitors of the motherboard, maybe some of them are damage, they can cause this kind of problem

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My computer boats up but keyboard mouse, and screen doesnt turn on with the computer,i tryed the screen and the keyboard and mouse to see if they were the problem but they were the problem,

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To give background I have DG45ID mother board, and a ATI 5570 video card. My computer works with no problems until it goes to sleep for more than I few minutes. When I try to wake it up after it has...

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