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I had my USB Logitech headset in my USB port and my memory stick in the other. I was having a voice conversation with my friend on MSN and working on my I.T coursework Which is on my memory stick. When I tried to put a video from my memory stick onto my Powerpoint Presentation the computer just beeped and restarted, when booting back up it ran some sort of disk check but it only took a few seconds and left something like BOOTLOG.txt on my memory stick. Saying bytes on disk, bytes used, bytes in so many folders. Things like that. It does it often, whether it's my iPod (PC won't boot up if iPod is in the USB port) , my phone, or my memory stick while my mic is in a USB port. Is it something to do with Windows. (XP Pro by the way). I have run; Registry Mechanic, AVG, Ewido, Ad-Aware and my PC is clean. Any suggestions
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I'd probably start with a bios update in this case
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Please tell us what motherboard brand and model you have. Then we can help you update your bios.

Edited by emery, 22 May 2006 - 01:43 PM.

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How do i find that out?
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Please download Everest. Post the log after a scan and we'll try to find a bios update.

Edited by emery, 22 May 2006 - 01:50 PM.

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