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#1 luckyfou2006

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Posted 03 February 2007 - 03:00 AM

hi all, I am using 2.6 ghz p4 processor . I am facing a problem. The problem is that when i start the computer the computer remain start for some time and after that it gets shutdown. and when again i tried to start the computer the computer start and allow me to select the operation system i have two operating system when i select linux then there is no problem to shutdown but when i press windows xp it gets shut down automatically.
this probem gets solved when i remove the cabinat and press all the possible power supply cod's.
I am not understanding where is the problem. is there is a problem in RAM , POWER SUPPLY or the HARD DISK



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Posted 03 February 2007 - 06:17 AM

Do you get a BSOD (blue screen of death)?
If so, post the exact error message, you get.
If not, try these settings, to see if you can force a BSOD:
Click Start.
Click Control Panel.
Click Performance and Maintenance.
Click System.
Click the Advanced tab.
In the Startup and Recovery box, click the Settings button.
In the System Failure box, uncheck Automatically restart.
Put a check in Write an event to the system log, and Send an administrative alert.
Click OK.
Reboot.

Are you able to start in Safe Mode?
How to start Windows in Safe Mode
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