Computer keep shuttin down and then it restart itself

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Pilot17

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this is message that I got:
Consider BIOS upgrade
Microsoft is unable to determine the exact cause of this error. However, this problem was most likely caused by an error in your computer’s random access memory (RAM). RAM is the main internal storage area the computer uses to run programs and store data.
During the crash analysis, we noticed the basic input/output (BIOS) system version on this computer does not match the specifications for the central processing unit (CPU), also known as a processor, that is installed on your computer. This can occur when a newer processor is installed on an older system board or older BIOS. Using a BIOS that does not support the installed processor can result in Windows system crashes. Contact your computer manufacturer or motherboard manufacturer for an updated version of BIOS for your computer's processor.
Additional information
Important: Upgrading the BIOS version may require moderate to advanced troubleshooting skills. If you are uncomfortable with performing these steps, you might want to consider consulting with paid technical support.
If your computer contains an Intel processor, you can use special utilities to identify your specific processor. Click the following link to go online for more information:
Intel Processor Identification Utility
List of BIOS Manufacturers
For a list of BIOS manufacturer websites, see the following two Knowledge Base articles on the Microsoft Support website:
See the article 243909 for a list of BIOS manufacturer websites Part 1 (A-Pi)
See the article 243971 for a list of BIOS manufacturer websites Part 2 (Pr-Z)

Please help!
 

Pilot17

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Pilot17 said:
this is message that I got:
Consider BIOS upgrade
Microsoft is unable to determine the exact cause of this error. However, this problem was most likely caused by an error in your computer’s random access memory (RAM). RAM is the main internal storage area the computer uses to run programs and store data.
During the crash analysis, we noticed the basic input/output (BIOS) system version on this computer does not match the specifications for the central processing unit (CPU), also known as a processor, that is installed on your computer. This can occur when a newer processor is installed on an older system board or older BIOS. Using a BIOS that does not support the installed processor can result in Windows system crashes. Contact your computer manufacturer or motherboard manufacturer for an updated version of BIOS for your computer's processor.
Additional information
Important: Upgrading the BIOS version may require moderate to advanced troubleshooting skills. If you are uncomfortable with performing these steps, you might want to consider consulting with paid technical support.
If your computer contains an Intel processor, you can use special utilities to identify your specific processor. Click the following link to go online for more information:
Intel Processor Identification Utility
List of BIOS Manufacturers
For a list of BIOS manufacturer websites, see the following two Knowledge Base articles on the Microsoft Support website:
See the article 243909 for a list of BIOS manufacturer websites Part 1 (A-Pi)
See the article 243971 for a list of BIOS manufacturer websites Part 2 (Pr-Z)

I thought first it's fan not properly working but then I've checked and it's not the case.

Please help!
 
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