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System gets restarted while playing games

My system gets restarted while playing games only the rest of the times its running fine

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Hello,Lets try this to start.

  1. open Control Panel
  2. Click on System
  3. Click on the Advanced Tab
  4. Click Settings under Startup and Recovery
  5. Under System Failure, uncheck Automatically Restart.
Now you might get a blue screen with an error instead of it just restarting. Please take note of what you see if/when the error screen occurs.

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Hi there , not shore if this helps but , when your playing game the graphics uses more power to run the 3d display , if the system is completely restarting from bios the power supply may not be good enuff to support this , you could try disconnecting something your not using to test this like a cd or dvd rom .

Posted on Dec 20, 2008

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