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Your CPU and/or MB may be overheating.
Google: "Speedfan" for a free fan and temperature monitoring program.
Open your computer case and blast out the dust with compressed air.
Plug your computer into a backup battery (aka UPS) if you can.
At a minimum, plug the computer into a surge protected outlet.
I hope this helps.

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