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Topic # 29441 7-Jan-2009 10:29
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Hi

My Parents have a computer when they shut it down it sometimes reboots (about 70% of the time it does)

It isn't a Windows Fault because I can boot linux of a cd and it does the same thing, But I have been through the bios and can't see anything abvious that is causing it.


The system is a Pentium 4 3.0Ghz Ht
Some sort of Gigabyte motherboard.
2gb Ram



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  Reply # 188278 8-Jan-2009 19:22

You may also want to check and make sure that the power button isn't faulty i.e sticking or burnt out.


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Reply # 188724 11-Jan-2009 09:31
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If its restarting, then you probably need to do something in the bios. even though you dont see anything, there is always something in bios that is hidden.


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