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If you are asking it to do so, then it is good that it obeys.
If it is overheating (because one of the fans inside the desktop has failed) then it is shutting itself down, to prevent heat-related damage.
Do you have a surge-protector (or a UPS [Uninterruptible Power Supply]) between the AC power and your computer?
Surges from the local Electric Company could be affecting your computer.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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1. Click Start > Run and type REGEDIT
2. Click the plus sign next to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
then click CrashControl
3. Double-click on AutoReboot on the right side and change the value from 1 to 0.
Close regedit and restart the computer. Now the computer should shut down normally instead of restarting.
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