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Systme shuts down

After running any application my computer reboots itself.It occurs approx 5 min after turning on my computer.

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As i think this is purely the problem with the smps which is located at the top inside the cpu ...
due to some power s voltage variation the smps is out .. there is no other problem so just replace the smps your problem will be solved ....

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