Question about HP Pavilion a1250n (EG194AA) PC Desktop
Your PCU is overheating. Disconnect everything, especially power, take the cover off and give it a good cleaning. But be careful not to damage everything.
A vacuum and or a natural bristle paint brush are the best tools, but get all the dust and fluff out.
If it still does this, you've possibly cooked the heat sink paste which goes between the CPU and heatsink plate. Just under the CPU fan. But don't touch that until you've had a good clearout and tried it first.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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