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Computer shuts down y by itself

Installed motherboard successfully to do to the point of rendering proper BIOS readings, however computer shuts down without notice ( not even 5 minutes passes before this happens ) What to do? maybe its connectors or cables - hope its not more serious than that

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  • robbyrob Dec 02, 2007

    AND fan is not spinning

  • Anonymous Apr 06, 2009

    my problem is my computer with 945GZT-M (V1.0) Motherboard can't be turn of after i choose shutdown from window xp os. if i choose shutdown menu in window xp, my computer act like if i choose restart. please anybody can help my problem? thanks

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Remove ur power supply socket from the mother board short the pin green and black in the connector if the smps start no problen with the power supply then the problems lies with ur mother board wiring or fault in your mother board if your mother board has secondry power fix it correctly to mother board sock et with has 4 pin if its not working cousult a chiplel engineer the fault lies in the power supply of the motherboard

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PowerSpec computers, as do all personal computers, have a motherboard inside that provides power and support to every piece of hardware that makes up the entire machine.

When your computer is first turned on, a small chip on the motherboard that houses a small piece of software called the BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) fires up before anything else and directs the startup processes for the rest of the computer.

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Shut down your computer completely.
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Wait about 10 or 15 seconds after shutdown to allow the computer to become completely dormant.


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Turn the computer back on and immediately begin pressing the "Delete" button on your keyboard at regular intervals (every two seconds).

Eventually the BIOS settings appear.

The display will look monochromatic and antiquated when compared to a modern Windows display.

This is typical of the BIOS setup screen.
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