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Rebooting?

The causes of the computer rebooting is varied. The most common reason that happens is that there could be a faulty power supply inside the 'puter. The power supply is a box inside the frame which allows you to attach the interface from the wall power source to the puter. It is held in place with 4 screws (philips Screwdriver needed- a star shaped head). If you were to work on your system yourself, it is easy to change and will cost somewhere under 100 dollars. The only real consideration to remember is to note how the device plugs into the board, and ensure you have a power supply as good or better then the one that is in there. Note the power label on it (wattage/Amps). Taking it to a shop will cost service time on top of the part itself.

-- Ken B in PG

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