Question about PC Desktops
Does it happen when it is connected to battery and power? If it does I would verify that the Power Managment Options are set like you want. You can do this by clicking Start > Run > type PowerCfg.cpl and press enter. You may want to temporarily choose the option to turn off all power mangement to see if that solves the issue.
Here is some information and screenshots of xp to help you.
If you have Vista, here is some information on disabling Power Management.
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
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