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Autorestart when try to download application from internet

I got internet boardband cardless connection few weeks back, from the day one I am having problem in application download from internet, when ever I try to download any application my pc will go off and restart again automatically

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Try scan your computer... it probably infected by virus.

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I am try to take a stab at answering your query.

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