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Auto restart without warning

I have been on my pc for a while.. then all of a sudden it restarts itself. So I looked at it, it was still clean from last week and nothing was overheated. I start it up again.. and 30 seconds or so after loading windows and some other programs like winfox and msn etc... it shuts down.

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Go to control panel>administrative tools>event viewer and look in the left hand listings at programmes etc and see if there are any red crosses or exclamation marks to give a clue as to the problem, but if you know it's not overheated and you have'nt recently installed any other software and recently scanned for virus and spyware it is probably a driver problem.

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Hi just had the same problem so i took a chance and bought a 500 watt power suply been on for 4 hours no problem yet..some one told me that 300 watts was border line for that machineso i upgraded the power to 500 watts.so far so good good luck...

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