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There is also the factor of the PC over heating and self shutdown so not to fry the CPU, North bridge. try replacing the heatsink with a better one or try and put more fans into the case.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
Did you hear any beep? What's the brand/model of your motherboard? It could be a memory problem. I also experienced the same when i upgraded my memory module. Sometimes my system runs fine, but eventually it will restart... then could not open.
Try checking the memory size when your computer boots up. If it doesn't match on the total memory ram connected to your pc, then you must test each of your module (if you have many) and replace the faulty module by a new one.
Posted on Dec 18, 2007
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