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I might would try another powersupply. I've seen some cases where a power supply would intermittently fail and cause a computer to do some crazy things. Also, make sure that the case has a good bit of room around it so that it can properly vent. Sometimes heat can cause computers to go haywire. I would also recommend making sure it is elevated off of carpeted surfaces, and that should help you notice a great drop in the amount of dust induced into the case.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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