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Jamie Darbon

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Any ideas. On where I should go from here? I'll try a different power supply but if that doesn't solve it, are they easily repairable or am I looking at getting a new one?
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    Any ideas. On where I should go from here?
    It's very hard to provide further advice or help with so little information.
    The only other thing I can recommend is to check your Windows event log files for errors.

    I'll try a different power supply but if that doesn't solve it, are they easily repairable or am I looking at getting a new one?
    No idea.
     

    Nogge69

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    Any ideas. On where I should go from here? I'll try a different power supply but if that doesn't solve it, are they easily repairable or am I looking at getting a new one?
    Thanks.
    Hi Jamie

    If a new/better PSU doesen't help, i would reccomend to monitor the CPU temp(CPUID or similar SW). All my small box PC's (from China) have needed to be modified with a better cooling solution to work without any hickups. (But haven't experienced that it shuts down)

    Regarding the Clock issue, could you provide more details?
    If it is a dual boot system(Android/Windows) it's often that the clock is changed if you switch between the OS's. (Timezone issues)
     

    Andrew J

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    I believe the internal battery(3.5v) is what powers the clock and it is losing voltage cause of age. It is possible to replace.
     

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