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My computer have Asrock K7S41GX,amd athlon 1.16GH,nvidia geforce fx5200 128 agp 1,5v video card,and 2 hard disk and one dvd-rw i keep getting problems with "him",its keep getting close up,like a shut down but in a sudden way,i went with my pc to clean it up and maybe repair(i've believed that my power sourse is the issue),and they also said that power sourse isnt the issue,i have my hard-disk set,one to primary maste on ide-1 cablem,my dvd-rw slave on ide2 cable,and also ion ide2 my wsecond hard-disk set to sec master(this is the way that make it stable) for any answers,or extra informatn....post here....:)help pls:)

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    also what i recently discovered is that its shuting down when i play any game that uses the video card...

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You may want to set all your drives (hard drives and DVD-R) to cable select setting. Sometimes this helps because it will enable Windows to designate drive sequence for you. Just a thought.

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