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System shutdown when I start the system. it boot when I out in the bios the system will shutdown.

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  • Madhav Suresh May 11, 2010

    Could you give more details to your problem?

  • Mike Peluso
    Mike Peluso May 11, 2010

    More information is needed. You're statment is confusing. I am unsure what you're problem might be. Please try explaining you're issue again.



    This is what I think you are saying. You boot you're system & enter the bios. once in the bios you're system will shut down?

    Answer these questions. Do you hear any beeps when the system boots? If so how many. Do the beeps conitnue in a loop? Are the beeps long & or short & do they repeat?

    Please include the model number of the Intel board? Some common reasons for a system to shut down can be caused by the CPU fan not running or running fast enough whick will cause the system to shut down because of overheating. Loose data cable's or loose power cables. A virus infection. Bios file coruption, weak bios battery.



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Systems that shut down after being powered on can point to an over heating of the CPU. Other factors come into play with overheating. Too much dust build-up on & under the CPU fan blades. Dust builds up in-between the heatsink fins (Thus the CPU fan can not cool the CPU chip.)
The CPU fan may be running too slow. When the PC system shuts down it’s saving you from hurting the system. You did not list the model number of you're system. Check you're system & clean the mentioned parts. Use canned air & a dry clean small paint brush to help remove possible dust buildup blow the dust away with the canned air.

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