lol YingYang, it aint that
Do you mean if I ignore it and just keep booting up without checking?
If was shutting down quickly after a cold start up then its more than likely a thermal even (Getting too Hot).
So each time you tried to re-boot the pc it would still carry over that heat and a thermal event would happen a bit quicker.
Processors need to be cooled. A motherboard can detect over heating and shut it all down to prevent permanent damage. Or kill the pc, no soft shut down just OFF !
And the same situation can result in a loose wire its connected or its not.
If its running ok now after you plugged the leads back it, that's great disaster over.
Repeated Thermal Events can dry out the contact pate between your processor and heat sink. Which makes the paste useless.
Hope that helps.