Question about Intel DG31PR Motherboard
This is usually dust clogging up the CPU cooler.
When the owner of the PC forgets to clean the fins and the fan of the CPU cooler it plugs up with dust and dirt and looks like the inside of a vacuum cleaner.
There is not enough airflow and thus not enough cooling, so the CPU overheats and the safety circuit shuts the CPU off until it cools down, and the CPU will not reboot the PC until it is cool enough that the safety circuit can reset.
First step remove the CPU fan and check the fins of the CPU cooler. If they are clean, the problem is usually somewhere else.
Posted on Oct 04, 2015
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