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    PB iMedia UTOW-D10 turns itself off

    I have a UTOW-D10 which turns on fine, but then turns itself off after a minute or two.

    It does this whether it's in Windows, or BIOS (I've taken the drive out and went to BIOS, same result). I've given it a good spray out but it was already pretty dust free.

    It doesn't beep or anything, just straight power off.

    Just wondering if anyone has encountered this before. I will probably try re-seating the CPU & Fan then trying a different PSU. Not many options in the BIOS to change much.

    The specs are 2Ghz Celeron, 1GB RAM, SATA HDD running Vista. BIOS is v02.61 American Megatrends.

    Thanks!

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    Also, according to the BIOS...

    CPU Temp: 73F
    System Temp: 78F
    CPU FAN 1600RPM

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