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Computer shuts down with Flt. Sim 09

Have a Toshiba MX with XP version, have extended Ram to 2GB all programs run perfectly, except when running the Flt.Sim 09, after 5-10 Min the computer shuts down.
Always delete back up system, Skype, Google, etc. which might interfere.

Please advise what could cause the prompt shutdown.

Regards, Johannes

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Hmm. Does the screen flash blue before it shuts down? And does it shut down or restart?

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