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Automatic shutdown when i switch on my computer,it automatically shutdown in 2 seconds

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You either have two issues . The heatsink Fan needs replaced ( it will shut down to save you from burning out the chip ) Or possibly the power supply has an issue . More than likely is the Fan for CPU .

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I encounter this problem recently. did you install any hardware lately? if yes remove it and try again to start your pc. and if your pc did not shutdown after you remove the hardware. your power supply have an issue.

Posted on Sep 11, 2008

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