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I had the same problem few time ago...
You have to check two things; it could be ONE or the OTHER one:
1. it might be a faulted Power Unit (this is the nicer scenario I can offer to you...!). So you don't have enough power to let the components run properly. This case you have to check the voltage on you Power Unit and to replace it. (This was the problem that I had on my computer)
This Power Unit is located in the back of your computer wher the power cable connects your machine to the electric outlet.
2. it might be the motherboard and this case you have to replace it entirely. A new one is around $200 and up (it depends on the processor mainly) and a second one is around $100.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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