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Video drivers crash my Systemax out of XP

I have a Systemax KMA 4000 with a Biostar GeForce 6100 AMD mATX motherboard and a AMD Athlon 64 X2 4000+ 2.1GHz Dual Core Processor. I'm running XP Home with 2 Gb of PNY DDR 533 RAM. It runs fine under most conditions except for when I'm running graphics intensive applications such as two streaming flash video windows open or flying MS Flight Simulator 2004. It will suddenly crash to a blank black screen and I have to push my power button to get it started back up. It doesn NOT crash back to the desktop, but back to the BIOS - if that make any sense. I have installed the video drivers from Biostar and the ones provided by Systemax as well, it doesn't seem to make a difference.

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Your video card is most likely overheating, either you are overclocking the video card or the video card's fan is stuck, jammed, broken ect...

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