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Restarting problems.... Hi, Hope you can help. My system reboots when i am in a game when i try try enter a game... Reinstalled cards, Latest Drivers, Turned off AA. Opped the fan speed incase of overheating... any ideas? Thx

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You proplem here could be that you game is not compatible to you operating system or otherwise your operating system could be damaged or you memory modules (RAM) are inadequate remamber that when you have installed a graphics card it will hog up some of you RAM that is why you need access RAM to run most games. you other problem could be that you graphics card is not fast enough to support your game. check all these and see if you can come right.

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Dont increase the fan speed.Your processor isnt working.Replace it.

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