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First try to check your system for malware and viruses, then you can try sytem restore to any point where your system is not rebooting. You can also try re-installing the Operating Sytem, could be faulty booting caused by corrupted OS. Also you can check system temperature, go to BIOS(by hitting Del kel, at post or upon opening the PC) and locate system helath or hardware information, and see the temperatur reading, normally, should be in the ranges 40-50 degrees on full load, so lower than those readings should be seen. if you see readings 40 above, this could mean your system is running hot, try checking the cpu fans and chassis fans, also try looking at the thermal paste, the grey substance that is put between the processor and its heatsink, it should not be hard or cracked, should be grease like, clean and put in new thermal paste as needed, make sure its thinly coated all the way around the processor surface.
try also putting or locating the cpu itself at a cooler place, away from corners where no wind or air blows in.

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