Question about ASUS P5LD2-VM Motherboard
If the system is rebooting itself, it may not be an issue with the drivers - there may be a hardware issue or an improperly seated CPU fan or other peripheral.
I'm not sure from your problem description whether you're able to get into Windows at all - does it just randomly reboot, or does it Blue Screen and never let you in at all?
If you're able to get into Windows and it reboots now and then, try installing the proper CPU drivers. For many games and some other applications, dual-core AMD CPUs require a specific driver. There's also a dual-core optimizer you may want to try. Check at the top of this list.
Otherwise, please be more descript as to when the system reboots and (if you know) what you think you might be doing when it reboots. Faulty memory (RAM) modules and CPUs are the main causes of systems rebooting (other things are generally at fault for freezing up or blue screens).
Posted on Mar 04, 2008
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1.) You are infected
2.)One of ur drive wont work propertly
3.)Problem with ur Power Suply
4) Problem with RAM MEMORIE
And use ur WINDOWS XP CD to repair windows
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