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My computer computer shot down always in 15 mins.

My computer shot down always in 15 minutes. the monitor is off but the cpu is open!

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    i change cpu and after that my comuter start doing shotdown in 15 minutes



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Dear Dakel,

Please go to the control panel => power options => then monitor off (it will be 15 min. so select it never)

Your problem will be solved.

Cheerup and Be Happy Always

Posted on Mar 11, 2008


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