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My computer shuts down when i play or when i exit 3d games

My configuration is:
cpu - sempron 2600+
MotherBoard - AsRock K8NF4G-SATA2
RAM - 2GB DDR 400
HDD - 400 GB HD from Western Digital - Sata 2
I have another hdd of 80 Gb on ide
Video card - Leadteck Winfast PX 6600 GT tdh with 128MB GDDR3

I have just installed windows XP with service pack 1,2 and 3
I have an antivirus from mcaffe

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Hi, has the problem recently started after the installation of sp3 because it has been known to cause problems like your having. If the computer is a new build it could be one of two problem, the asrock motherboard which i personally wont use anymore because of constant failure, or your power supply is not powerful enough. i would recommend nothing less than 500w power supply for gaming pc`s.

Hope this helps,

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