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RANDOM RESTARTS THE COMPUTER RESTARTS RANDOMLY - ESPECIALLY IF THERE IS A iEXPLORER ERROR. IT CAN HAPPEN WHEN I BROWSE THE INTERNET OR BE LOOKING SECURE SITES LIKE INDIA TIMES / hindu NEWSPAPER OR SUCH. THIS CAN HAPPEN TWO OR THREE TIMES IN A 1 HOUR SESSION. RESTART CAN HAPPEN EVEN AT STARTUP - JUST BEFORE THE BOOTUP PROCESS IS COMPLETE. I HAVE THOROUGHLY CHECKED FOR VIRUS AND SPYWARE USING 3 OR 4 ANTIVIRUS/SPYWARE PROGRAMS. MY SYSTEM HAS ONLY K8V-MX MOTHERBOARD - VIA800 WITH 512 MB MEMORY - ONLY XP IS LOADED - NO OFFICE - ONLY ANTIVIRUS/SPYWARE.

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Possibly a hard drive issue/installation issue. I would try reinstalling windows xp on your current drive, if it still has the same problems, perhaps try a new hard drive.

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look for the one that is compatible with your norton and after downloading it, run it and then restart your computer. this should fix your problem.




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Hi,
its internet explorer thats shutting Down.
you may need to look at your internet explorer settings, some applications require java scripting and active x to be enabled.
Also ensure your computer has adequate RAM Memory installed.
Finally check the version Of direct X installed on your system. And the Graphics card capabilities.

Mike @ compurepair.

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