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Hi '' you have to specify what way your PC is shotting down'' do you mean that when you press power on of your PC and it do shot down just 10 seconds? so it means your PC does not boot , you cannot see letters or words while booting '' pls. keep in touch // thanks
To make sure it isn't anything else, pull all cards, and drive cables from the board so the only thing left connected is the power connectors to the motherboard, the speaker, and the power button. Pull all the ram cards.
Now power up the computer. If you hear a series of beeps then the computer recognizes there is no ram on the board. At this point I would take the power supply out and have it tested. If you do not hear a series of beeps I would still have the power supply tested as it could be the 12v is fine but the 5 and 3.3 volt side is bad.
If power supply tests good then I would replace both the motherboard and processor. You take a risk of burning a new processor if it's the motherboard causing the problems.
From the HP specifications page for Pavillion A530N:
Two DDR DIMMs (184-pin)
Maximum HP/Compaq approved memory
Two x 512 MB DDR-DIMMS, 1024 MB total
try these two alternatives: 1.try to clean or change the slot of the memory 2. check on th power supply you put on your motherboard for the new board there are the socket for the power to be placed on the otherboard