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Check setting on control panel power option
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
Try changing the cmos battery on the motherboard.
OR your PC could be overheating,check your bios to see if the thermal shutdown temperature is set too low.(assuming you can get into the bios)
Recommend new thermal paste on cpu,ensure fan/s are working.
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