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My computer keep going of when i play games and watch movies i try'ed we video cards and it does the same thing am running windows 7 if it goes not go of it will just stick and i cant do nutting else but restart it i have been having this breakable from the i bought this bored it not the ram it not the processor new hard drive and i have to that i used so can anyone tell me whats going on

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I think it is got to do with overheating, known as CPU throttling where the CPU slows down or shuts your computer suddenly off. It is all explained in my guide entitled My Computer is not turning on!!! Is it dead!!! No POST!!!

Windows 7 does need a lot of RAM and I recommend a Dual core CPU of nothing less than 2.0GHz.
As far as gaming goes set the detail down so that it can cope better and give you more Frames Per Second.

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Please free download this Windows 7 AVI to DVD Burner, install and run it. And insert a DVD disc to your PC.

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