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Shut down... Please help, I have been playing with this system months, trying to get it to run right. I've exchanged the motherboard, tried different memory, exchanged the power supply, changed the processor, the case, I am at my wits end. My problem is basically, at first it will run good the 1st day. Then when I go to use it the next day, after about half hour it just shuts off. I'm running Vista Ultimate, currently has a 2.8G Core2 , 2x512 DDR2 400mhz, Antec 900 Case, Antec TruePower 2.0 430W. I've checked the Temp and power using PCProbeII and it looks fine, THe CPU doesn't go higher than 116F Peak, usually average at 85F???

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Re: Shut down...

I am not getting into ur point what u want actually?

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2. Click the plus sign next to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
then System
then CurrenControlSet
then Control
then click CrashControl

3. Double-click on AutoReboot on the right side and change the value from 1 to 0.

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Hope this helps. Please rate my response.
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