Type BAD CAPS at google but be aware that while replacing the caps works, sometimes it doesn't and you have to replace the mainboard.
However there is a clue here and if this was my machine I'd get some heatsink compound then remove the CPU heatsink, put a drop in the center of the cpu and put the heatsink back on. I'd leave the cover off and see if the cpu and other fans work.
Now ask if there was any improvement. If not, shop for a new mainboard and possibly a new bigger PSU since those failed caps can stress the PSU.
My systems configuration is-
Pentium 4 2.8E
Intel original 865GBF
1536MB DDR Ram
80 GB IDE HDD
Windows XP professional
The problem started few weeks ago. The pc starts fine and works fine. But after 30-40 minutes Windows suddenly shuts down in proper way (showing shutting down screen, windows restarts screen) but automatically and then starts restarting just after entering in BIOS. It restarts continuously.
I took my PC to the repair centre and they found several damaged capacitors on motherboard and repaired those. But the problem is still there and they couldn't identify the problem.
Now what is the problem? Any advice? How will I solve this problem?
Thanks in advance.