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Power shutting down

After finished my work normaly I shutting down my system every day but when I came back for continue work suddenly it is rebooting how I can fix my problem please I am seeking from you good solution

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Check your power-save settings they could be turning the computer off. it could also be a bad chipset that is getting shorted or a bad fan that is causing the pc to overheat and turn off. hope this helps.

Posted on Aug 14, 2008

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