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Old 2020-07-29, 14:01   #9
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Is it possible that you have a bad CPU? This happened to my wife's computer a couple of months ago. The computer worked without issues for two years then all of a sudden I could not boot into Windows. It would just restart before I got to the desktop. Thinking that Windows was corrupted, I was able to log into a command prompt and backup all personal documents. I then reinstalled Windows on another disk. I could get to the desktop on that disk, but within a minute or more it would restart with no blue screen. Took it in to nearby shop and they eventually determined that the issue was with the CPU. It was under warranty from Intel, thus I could get a new CPU at no charge. Intel could not provide that specific CPU, so they provided a discounted upgraded CPU (7700 to 9700 or something like that).
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