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Windows XP 'random' restart

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Hi all,
Upon purchasing a little old Fujitsu notebook, I decided to upgrade to Windows XP.
The unit was stable with Windows 98SE, but restarts upon interacting with peripherals. The problem causers are (and I've tried all separately) are a PCMCIA CD-ROM (factory unit), IBM 512MB microdrive, and a USB optical mouse. They all worked fine in Windows 98SE, so maybe it's a problem with XP, but I don't know. Any tips would be appreciated. Thanks!

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