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Computer keeps restarting

The computer will get to the windows xp screen then the monitor will go black and the system will restart. I have replaced the memory, harddrive and hdd cables. i think it is a problem with the motherboard. there are no cards on the board. i took off the only card which was the modem. i put a working hdd in from another computer and still the same problem. i also put the hdd from the bad system in another machine and no problems. put in memory from other system and still problem. the motherboard is an asus p4p800-mx.

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Have had this very same problem, after many frustrating hours of tests replaced the motherboard and cured the problem.

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