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PC constantly reboot

When the PC is through reboot process and the windows XP starts running, in less than a minute, it will automatically start rebooting itself. Seems like after the windows starts, it runs the disgnose, and detected somethings wrong. Before ti started showing this proble, I was vacuum cleaning the room with PC running, PC had a power supply problem?

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Try run windows in safe mode. then scan for virus infection.

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