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WHEN i BOOT UP MY COMPUTER IT STARTS THEN AFTER A FEW SECONDS IT CLOSES DOWN AUTOMATICALLY

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This behavior on your PC can only be caused by a malware/worm/trojan/virus. If you can no longer start any applications because it quickly shuts down, the only solution is to re-format and re-install your computer. If you still have a chance to run system restore, then restore it to a point where it is still working properly.

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