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I turn it on and the fan begins to spin up, blue power light comes on and then after about 30 seconds it shuts down

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Hi, probabily the procesor fan does not works , other options is your opering sistem is bad, format and reinstall windows , other option is your hard drive is bad , try with another hard drive

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