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Could be a blown capacitor on the motherboard in wich case i would suggest replacing the pc, or it could be a bad power supply, could also be overheating, or it could be a software problem. more than likley its a bad power supply or a blown cap, look at the motherboard you should see some small black cylnders, those are capacitors, if any of them seem to be bulging or dented then you have a blown cap and its time to replace either the mother board or the entire pc, its almost more cost effective to replace the whole pc though, good luck
Posted on May 16, 2008
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