Question about HP Compaq d530c PC Desktop
I think its your CPU IC. Its overheating and the auto shut safety sequence is being activated and hence this problem. It can also be that the temperature settings in your CMOS setup has been set to a wrong / low setting wherein the PC shuts off even if your CPU warms up a little. Check that by going into CMOS settings. Only after confirming that, have your motherboad checked & also your HDD for a short in the power supply section. Perhaps a capacitor is leaky or short or a diode is short. Send it to an authorised repair center.
Posted on May 05, 2008
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