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I have a destop pc and each time i log on it,if i leave it for like 2 minutes without touching anything on the system it automatically log off by itself,help me resolve this issues.

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Boot into safe mode and check the startup folder.

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Please check for the exhaust,is it coming properly and check the bottom of the Notebook is it heating ?
If heating then this is the issue with the processor fan.
If the temprature is normal then check in BIOS(leave the system in BIOS mode for 8 minutes) if then also it is turning off surely this is the heating issue.
If above mentioned is not working please revert.

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Sounds like something to do with a power saving feature either from HP itself or from Windows. It could also be that for some reason your computer is overheating, which it than shuts itself off to protect the processor. I would try playing with your power saving features, and cleaning out the fans.

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You can use automatic logon to log on to your Windows 7
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