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Computer turns off and restarts again during the operation repeately.

This problem did occured right after I installed this board. I was advised maybe bad caps. I got this checked but there no bad cap showing. They replaced anyway some caps to be sure, put the board on test which showed no problem. This test was just the board

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I had the same problem with an 800Mhz FSB processor. Kept getting a blue screen adn the computer would reboot. Enter the CMOS and go to the CPU setup section. Change the speed to Manual and set it for 300. The 061226 bios only supports up to a 400 Mhz FSB by default. I have a case open with ECS for a fix.

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Hi 2gerr, when you tested the board, was the board outside of the you're case?
Here is one suggestion you can try. Start the PC & press the F5 key every two seconds untill Windows Advanced Options Menu
is displayed on you're screen. You can not use you're mouse here. Use the up & down arrow keys & slide to, Disable automatic restart on system failure. Than press enter. What this should do for you is stop windows from restarting & give you time to catch what is causing windows to restart. If you receive a blue screen with an error message write it down. Press the pause key on the keyboard so you'll have time to write down the error message. It would not hurt to enter you're bios and turn off hault on all errors listed in the main menu of the bios.
Another could be the back side of the board could be touching the case. You can add a piece of a paper bag under the board.
Stopping a possible short. Lastly, enter you're bios & go the hardware monitor. Open hardware monitor & leave it there. Shut off you're monitor & walk away for about 10 minutes or so coming back from time to time & check the temp of you're CPU & mother board temp. Staying in the bios, let me know if the PC restarts.

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