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Computer restarts again and again .some times starts after some break.

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This could be one of several issues. The first thing I would look at is the processor cooling.
Leave your case open while starting up your computer and have a look at the processor fan, is it rotating or not? If it is not rotating check the connections to the motherboard. Also ensure that the heatsink and fan are securely fastened to the motherboard and are in the correct place.

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