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Your Computer is overheating and is shutting down to protect it's self from damage. Your Computer needs to be serviced/cleaned of any and all dust. Pay special attention to the CPU cooler and graphics card. Install as many fans as possible.
go into systen bios and set the default leave it there for a good duration doing notheing. see if the machine dies if not save the setting and reinstall using the Boot from CD.
DO not Boot from HD
try a different CD drive unit too.
You need to go the website for your product and down load the driver. I recommend that when ever you charge are reinstall you OS that you download your drivers first Burn them onto a CD that way you can install them anytime you need them. This link should take you the website that you need. http://www.emachines.com/
don't know your product this will get you to there site from there go to drivers and download drivers and recovery software.
Click start, right click my computer, click properties, click hardware, click device manager, open network adapters by clicking the + right click the network card and click uninstall. Reboot the machine and windows should find the card and reinstall on it's own but you should try to have the cd that came with the card or download the driver from a differant computer before you start in case windows cannot load the driver and you can browse to the file to load the drivers.