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Emac 800mhz will shut off on it's own randomly. I'll press start button and it start up. This has been going on a few days now.

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Hi my name is wesley. ok it might be a broken or loose cable in your pc check and make sure they are all in properly then go into your bios witch when you boot up your pc it will say press f1 or delete to enter setup do that then look for pc health or cpu temprature if the temp is high the pc will auto shut down due to danger. you can fry your cpu so you might have to get a new system fan they not expensive and easy to install if the temprature is not the prob then replace a few cables starting with the cable that goes into your hard drive called an ide cable. your system temprature should be about 30 40 degrees usually higher than that it will auto shut off.

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UTILITECH - Grounded in Quality

Digital 2-Outlet Timer (TE06WHBL)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
Instruction Manual & Warranty
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