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Crashing i have windows vista ultimate p4 (3.6gz) 512+256 ram when i play games or run hevy software my pc turn off without shutdown and i lose my data plz help me

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Re: crashing

There is a problem in your power supply try to replace this it is better if you are using 300watts upgrade this to 500 watts

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Re: crashing

Will, maybe the power keys in the keyboard will accidentally pressed that that why pc is off or maybe there a problem with the windows..

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I don't sonsider myself a "Game Man" but most of these programs are long and they require lots and lots of RAM. Where are going with 512 MB of RAM probably 100-130 Mhz. I don't think that you can play hardly any game (and fast) unless you have enough RAM. My thought is that you need at least 1-2 GB of min. 400 Mhz or more if your machine will do it. You are lucky, it works this well. Has PCCHIPS said that this version of the MB is intended for "Gaming"? I will contact PCCHIPS and ask them. One thing is for sure. You cannot play any speed or any length unless you have enough RAM. RAM is the temporary place to put the results and continue until they are needed again. Please get back to me and tell what happened... This is the way we get graded.
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