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COMPUTER SHUTTING DOWN!


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#1 genius12

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Posted 26 February 2009 - 07:31 PM

HI!! I HAVE A COLOSSUS PROBLEM!!! :trumpet: The problem is that yesterday I logged on to my computer and for a reason I had to restart my computer. After the restart my computer loaded and right when the cursor was displayed my comput er shutdown and started again. And again the computer starts and when the cursor displays it shutdowns again and restarts repetitively. I checked the BIOS and everything is fine. I do have the xp installation cd but obviously it won't work because earlier on I had disabled the cd-rom from device manager and the BIOS. So can anyone provide me with a solution. I'M STUCK!!!!!!!!

ANY HELP WILL BE APPRECIATED :flowers: :thumbsup:
" Determination is the cause of Intervention."-Muhammad Shariq

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#2 genius12

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Posted 26 February 2009 - 08:03 PM

SOMEONE REPLY PLEASE!! I NEED A SOLUTION HERE!!
THANKS. :thumbsup:
" Determination is the cause of Intervention."-Muhammad Shariq

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Posted 27 February 2009 - 11:22 AM

Check the cooler. Many times if the processor temperature is too high, the system reboots automatically as prevention..




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