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Having VERY MUCH experience," how to install new O.S.(xp / WIN7) in pc". I have done it many time before now,but i am facing one problem now. PROBLEM is "my pc Shut Off Automatically after few min.,when pc is booting from O.S. CD(XP,WIN7, VISTA all tried) " I have NEW Asus G41 mother board,Intel Dual Core processor ,SATA- LG DVD writer,17"Samsung monitor, iball--keyboard,mouse,UPS,spike guard, umax-smps, 2g Transcend ram ,160 gb hitachi hard disk-SATA, i have checked that, all components work properly if tested individually. at start up ,NUM LOCK LED glows, then LEDs OF DVD,POW.HARD DISK glow. i have also tested hard-disk & LG DVD(on other PC) it also work fine,,FAN of SMPS moves,, LED on MOTHER BOARD also glows, my PC's turn off automatically even if i am present in BOOT SCREEN OPTION is it 'motherboard problem' ??

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SOURCE: My pc Shut Off Automatically after few min(5-6),when pc is in boot screen options or booting from O.S. CD"

I missed your question, anyways. as it seems there might be the reason of over heating. I would suggest just remove the heatsink apply proper heatsink paste on CPU and replace your heatsink and fan. heat must radiate properly.

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