Question about Intel Motherboard
Frequently a computer that starts normally, then stops, is having one of two problems. Usually either of them relates to a heat issue.
1) The power supply is over-heating and shutting down to protect the unit.
2) The CPU is over-heating and shutting down to protect itself.
I am not being snide when I say if you have to ask this question you are probably not appropriately suited, though I am sure you could learn now but practicing on an expensive lap top is not the way to learn, to fix either of these problems.
Either of these situations is best dealt with by a professional tech so you are probably looking at a service call. Wish I had better to offer but I hope this helped.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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