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Sounds like the unit is over heating. let the computer cool for awhile. once you boot go into bios. select hardware monitor and watch the cpu temp. if the temp rises quickly maybe some thermal paste will do the job.$4 If the temp dose'nt rise fast and the unit still powers off then you might need a power supply. $25
Posted on Jun 03, 2008
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