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Why Does My PC Switch Itself off?

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PCs turn off unexpectedly for various reasons. One such reason could be that the PC is infected by a virus. Also if your PC gets overheated, it may go off as a self-regulating mechanism. A majority of computers today have been designed with this self regulating option. Also, your PC may frequently be going off due to damaged components of its hardware.
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Either a power failure or its getting old.
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We have computers at my office that have been running for about 7 years (since we moved into the building we're in now). My home desktops are never turned off. Laptops get turned
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Go through these steps, load the supplement if needed. This should help. Also disable power management from within windows and your bios. Glenn http://www.aumha.org/a/shtdwnse.htm
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If it is overheating the computer will shut itself down to prevent damage. You probably have to replace a fan or cooling system part.
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