Check the power plug first and see if it is properly plug in and turning on the power button, if does not work, get a new power plug and try as i've said again and if does not work the power system has problem and should be changed.
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sounds like a courrupted bios. try powering off the computer take off the top cover where you can see the motherboard.- disconnect the power make sure the light on your board turns off and is no longer glowing. now there should be a round battery that looks like a watch battery. remove this for a few seconds and put it back in. this may help and it may not but its my best guess. if you could take a video of it or a picture it would help alot. Thanks.
First check your power supply section and check your power fan that is running properly. if ok then the suspected area is your processor section. please check it if its collar fan nor running properly then clean up or change that. and the other advice is please check your processor pin which are too tiny. be careful about these.
The fan turning off will be the cause of the PC shutting down. This could be caused by a faulty fan or bad connection to motherboard. 1. try reseating the fans power plug on the motherboard 2. if that doesn't help, try replacing with new fan. 3. if that doesn't work then most likely motherboard problem
there is either a motherboard/cpu issue (worst case), or a power supply issue (best case, cheap and easy fix)...
without being there looking at it i can't really tell you more. if you happen to have a spare ATX power supply, open the machine and plug it in to the system instead of the old one to see what happens.
if you don't have a spare, you obviously have another working computer you're posting from so maybe borrow it's power supply and see what happens.
It could be a bad RAM stick or a bad CPU, or if you know the insides of a computer good then unplug your CDROM, & hard drive (both cable to each drive), and if you have any cards on your PCI slots remove any of them but the video card. Also, keep your mouse and keyboard plugged in. Then try it.
you need to replace the power supply. The fan sound is the fan for the power supply and not the computer. for cheap parts or used goto headgap's. They know what you need and probably even help you replace it yourself.
Have you test the power supply for voltage, Is it good, if it is then the problem of course is not power supply. Some power supplies have a light on them. Also does the power supply fan work, If not almost always sure sign power supply is gone. Old power supplies are still available Every time I junk a computer P4 or older I save to power supply, What wattage?
This problem is video chip related. I have done alot of research on this and found that everyone has the same problem in some form or another. Your best bet is to junk the pc and get a different one, since the motherboard in the pc and the replacements you can get are all prone to the same failure. The best home remedy I have found is a hair dryer on the video chipset as mentioned in one of the above "fixes". Seems to work for a while, not permanent. You may need to repeat if your system goes down again. Also, when your system powers up and your screen looks more green than usual or different than it used to, just apply more heat and pressure. On another note, if anyone has a replacement for this case, GT4010, from a different manufacturer, please let me know. Hope this helps.