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PC turns off by itself when I insert USB stick/USB HD

Hi,
lately my PC turns off by itself when I insert a USB stick or attach an external USB HD.
Any idea what is causing this and how to stop it ?
Thanks.
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May be a virus , update you antivirus pacakage and scan the drive...

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