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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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  • nutter77 Mar 26, 2009

    I have the same problem. I've changed the RAM, HDD's and even swapped the mobo. This has happened whilst installing XP Pro and after. Really confusing. Will try a USB keyboard and mouse next!

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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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