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Usually this is an overheating problem.
Clean the fans on the CPU, try refitting the HSF on the CPU, you will need to clean off the old thermal compound, and buy some new stuff.
Youtube has plenty of guides showing you exactly how to do it
try go to this website download Download SeaTools for DOS now! http://www.seagate.com/www/en-us/support/downloads/seatools/ and run diagnostic to hdd but remember stand by floopy disk to create diagnostic disk.IF this diagnostic disk check said no error so you hdd is ok.try put the ram to different slot.you pc may be is RAM or motherboard faulty
Is the memory the right type?
It sounds like the board isn't sensing any memory. HP do often use boards that have particular memory dedicated to them.
Should be DDR RAM pc3200 (unbuffered, and you can have up to 2048mb Ram Max. (2 Slots)