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HP z600 Shuts down after 30 seconds from start up

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Hi, I have problem with my HP z600. When I start it up it switches off after approximately 30 seconds. Checked the ram, gpu, cpu, power supply, everything is working. Don't know hot to fix this issue , I can't install windows or flash the Bios because it just switches off and then I need to plug off the power cable and wait a while until I can switch it on again. Please help!
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Is this system new to you?
Was it working properly before?

Try pulling the power, pressing and holding the Clear CMOS button for about 10 seconds and try again.

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Hi, thanks for reply. Already tried to clear CMOS , nothing changed. It was working before , but then the fans runs at full speed and it shuts down after 1 hour of work, and then like now (30 second) . And No it is not overheating and I already tried to switch it on without power button (as I know here is the temperature sensor) still the same problem.
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HP z600 Shuts down after 30 seconds from start up

sounds like your power supply is faulty

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