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01-12-2023 08:50 AM - edited 01-12-2023 04:37 PM
Your PC is power cycling. This is a tough one to diagnose in a forum. A simple troubleshooting step is to remove the CR2032 MB battery when power is off and the PC is disconnected from AC power. Let the PC sit for a few minutes. Reinstall the battery and try to boot the PC again.
Your PC has a hardware problem. You have to troubleshoot each component to find the bad part. This may require checking all connections, reducing the PC to a minimum configuration (memory, RAM, and CPU only), reseating components, (RAM, graphics card, and CPU), and swapping in good replacement parts (power supply, RAM, graphics card and CPU).
It is possible the motherboard has failed or you have a faulty Front_Panel power button.
It is best to have a local PC technician test all components to find the bad part.
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