Note: I erased the drive so there is no OS on the computer at the moment.
I have a Dell XPS 410 that constantly reboots itself. This issue occurred the next morning, approximately 8 hours. The computer was operating just fine before that. Occassionally, the computer allows me to play on the OS or my old Linux Mint 13 disc before spamming the logout menu then repeatedly rebooting itself. It will also reboot if I manage to get into the Win XP disc. The majority of the time the computer immediately, repeatedly reboots itself, reaching only the black screen that displays my devices, just before the system asks me if I would like to boot from an inserted disc. The computer will also reboot itself when in the BIOS.
I've tried a brand new power supply but that didn't help. I've also tried reseating the graphic card and RAM, swapping the RAM, disconnecting and reconnecting all cables and cleaning the inside of the tower, but the computer still constantly reboots itself. I have the latest BIOS version (2.5.3), and I haven't tampered with any of the BIOS settings. I'm not sure what the problem is. Does anyone have any suggestions?