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that means the drivers which you had installed is not working properly. u need to download the drivers of audio video & NIC card .
check out the site. support.acer-euro.com/drivers/downloads.htm. make sure you have SP3 for XP.
Ok, Try disconnecting the D-Link Wireless modem, maybe some networking log off is making trouble ... If not, go into safe mode... And try removing some newly installed applications, they could be making a fuss... Hard shutting down your PC doesn't create this kind of problem, so don't worry about that... Tell me if you have solved anything
The computer is just doing it's internal diagnostics before it shuts down. This uses fairly little amount of physical memory. Every computer handles it differently depending on your configuration. If the computer does shut down on it's own....there is no real problem present.