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When I Turn on thePower, my Conmputer just turned off by it self and start again and switch off again and so on.

I just brought my 2nd hand Mobo Asus P4GE-MX, and installed it by my self,Ive checked all the connection and thought it was ok now to Power it ON for the first time,It started but not for long, it just turned off by it self, after a few tries, it another problem occurs, when it started it turns off by itself and started again and off and on and off and so on,What's the problem? is it the Motherboard or the new Intel Celeron D 315 Processor? Please help me on these, Thank you so much.

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  • Nikko Dela Cruz Feb 19, 2007

    Actually ive already fixed the problem, i have noticed that the cooling fan was placed improperly, i didnt know it was that sensitive, but i rotate the position showing the logo of intel cooling fan, and voila it turned on completely, boot at last, thanx anyway for your help,

  • Nikko Dela Cruz Feb 19, 2007

    Actually ive already fixed the problem, i have noticed that the cooling fan was placed improperly, i didnt know it was that sensitive, but i rotate the position showing the logo of intel cooling fan, and voila it turned on completely, boot at last, thanx anyway for your help,

  • Anonymous Nov 22, 2008

    My processor is fauty do i need to change it. a Pc technician to me


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Check firstly the cmos battery isn't flat, then it's down to te processor being faulty.

Posted on Feb 15, 2007


Plz Chack thr processor fan is ok

Posted on Feb 15, 2007

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