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My computer keeps shutting down

Turns off every few minutes

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  • nemu580 Oct 04, 2008

    my compter after startup it goes to a blank screen and then after couple minutes it says windows is shutting down in 1 minute

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OOOOOO I got this kind of happenings when I had a virus on my computer!
Did it say "Shutting down in 15 seconds,14 seconds....."?
If so reply soon!
regards
Shazbd

Posted on Apr 28, 2008

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