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I'm Charles,please am using Mercury motherboard.i have unexpected shutdown,when i on my computer it stop by itself. please help me. thank you.

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Your computer has 1 of 2 issue.
(1) scan your computer with updated antivirus.
(2)sometimes RAM or SMPS issue creates this problem.
So check your RAM memory and smps .

Also check heating event sometimes computer shut down becasue of heating problem.

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Virus or corrupted OP sys

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