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I start the coputer and as soon asit gets to it shuts down

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I can't tell from your question what is making it shut down and how long it is on before it shuts own. If it shuts down very quickly it may be getting hot, And that occurs when the CPU heat sink falls off or a fan isn't working. you need to see if the fans are working. Also carefully touch any wires/ DC adapters to see if they are getting hot also. They may need to be replaced. If it boots up for a while then gets hot (where it won't turn on again for a while) it could be jst dirty inside or the fans are not working well. Also it could be a software issue but try checking for heat first.

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Hello,

It coundown before shutting down? or automatically restarting?

PLs verify the power supply, if it good test it. and then unistall newly installed hardware and sofwares.

Boot your system in safemode and restore the original setting. if not sole the issue, You need to reinstall the windows operating system(note: installing windows may delete all your files, so backup it).

may this help, melnavz

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Posted on Apr 18, 2008

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