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My pc shuts down secounds after powering on, i checked and there is a small error message that comes saying cpu error, on cpu ratio changed something like that, can u help me please

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  • kakjose Jul 31, 2010

    i don't know how to get to safe mode since the pc last for not more than a minute only a few secouns, i can only go to the setup page view a few thingsand then it shuts down

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1. oyu may have to go into "safe mode" to see if you have the video graphics resolution at the proper ratio >> this is possibly what you see as an error message and the board has put the computer into the sleep mode until you correct this hard ware issue to safe guard the mother board.

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  • Harleen Nash Jul 31, 2010

    this is a power supply issue then it may require a tech to check the power supply. the power supply is not supplying the proper voltage and current to that mother board therefore it shut down to protect the components of the mother board.

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