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Hi love bear,
just see the power cord wire is properly attach & see the cable is not touching the fan of the processoror again problem occur than replace the power supply

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Wow, that's crazy, because I would have bet it was the power supply too. I would measure the new supply voltages, just to make sure it isn't bad too. Next, unplug all extra devices except your motherboard and hard drive. This will eliminate them from the problem, and if one of them is bad, you'll know. Hard drive is probably good, but when the computer initializes the cd, dvd drive, etc., it overloads the power supply and it shuts down, as they're designed to do. Could be a part of the motherboard, but don't think so, just doesn't sound like it. Might be monitor, notice if the computer shuts down just after it turns on. Check the speaker wires to make sure they're not shorted (if happens once in a blue moon). I don't think connecting to MSIE 8 shut it down, but that's the onery thing about computers- you just never know till you know. An afterthought, is since I guess you were having problems before (hence changing the power supply), you could have gotten infected with a bug of some kind, that left it's mark in your bios. In that case, you have to reflash your bios, or have it replaced (on older machines). If it comes to that, you might google the problem of flashing your bios on your Gateway, and see what comes up. Good luck, I had a blue screen problem once similar to this, and just scrapped the system for a new one.

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