Question about HP Pavilion a1620n (882780664494) PC Desktop
Right click on 'Computer'.
Startup and Recovery
Untick the box 'automatically restart'.
This will give you time to read what the error message is when it does it again.
If it still restarts, your system is overheating. Check the fan is spinning inside above the processor.
If it isn't, simply replace the fan (unclips and uncouple a cable).
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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