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Ok here is my problem, the computer boots up but after about 5 minutes it reboots it's self again, I thought it was having heat issues so I replaced the CPU cooler but Im still having issues

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Your computer may be under-powered, try replacing your power supply.

Posted on Oct 29, 2007

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