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Computer switches itself off. COOPER

Computer switches itself off. Any ideas what to do ?

COOPER motherboard
Altissimo chassis
6 in 1 memory card reader
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Get any updated anti-virus ,install it & scan your system.if the problem still persists then Install/Repair your operating system.

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U should use heatsink on ur cpu n load defaults on bios confrigtn

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