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Dear pls check ur system fan in the cpu
and adust it properly

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Hi!Good Pm...Hope this will help...

Maybe your operating system was corrupted or some of your hardware is causing the problem...Hardware issue?Try troubleshooting by disconnecting the hard drive,cdrom & floopy drive.Power on with the motherboard,processor & memory only.Does your system boot?Enter the bios & load to setup defaults or bios defaults.Save & exit...Turn off then connect the HD,CDR & FDD.Power on again then see what happen...Software issue?Format your hard drive & reinstall new operating system...


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