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Old 01-15-2012, 10:34 AM   #1
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Hi, my pc that I bought a year ago started auto restarting yesterday and I can't stop it. It restarted when in windows, then I tried safe mode but it restarted in safe mode after a while.... I tried to see if I can set anything in the bios but it restarted in bios before I can do anything. I check my cooling fan and it works find. Now my pc restart right after it shows the brand name, before it even load dos. I really do not know what to do and really hope someone can help me. My pc specs is the ultimax in the attached catalogue with icore 7-870 and a 8g ram. Please help!! Thanks!!

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Old 01-15-2012, 12:57 PM   #2
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If it restarts also during when in BIOS this could be a voltage issue from the PSU.

Wait for the others to read this and see if they agree I am not a voltage expert so lets see if there is other opinions from others.
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Be sure the inside is clear of dust and all fans are blown out with a can of compressed air. A computer restating means that the computer is overheating or that the Power Supply Unit is failing. If it is restarting in the Bios, I would thing the PSU is the culprit.
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