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It depends on the board. The second you turn on the PC Repeatedly press "DEL" if that doesn't try These:






Then you should be in the BIOS. Look for something related to a Hardware monitor, or Power Options. and when found, enter, and look for "Shutdown for CPU thermal" Either turn that off or raise it to 80C. and that should fix the computer. if it still shuts off 10 min later, it's a hardware issue where you should take it to your local Computer Shop.

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