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Posted by Anonymous on
Hi there, there is already problem on fan,noise of fans could develop overload current on system and this system is protected by overload protection,it will trip off of your cpu.replace fan where ever it was located,there is fans on Power supply unit(PSU) ,also in processor,also in video card,On PSU you can replace PSU,try to find another PC which is not use,use temporary the power supply to check if ignore the tripping of your pc.Also clean the terminals of your memory card by eraser head of pencil,also with the video card.have a nice day,dont forget to fix my rate,thanks a lot.
Posted on May 14, 2010
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