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What is my problem?!

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Ok so let me start. Every time I play a game such as SimCity 4 or my bro plays a Cartoon Network game on the webstie, my computer shuts off. Before, like 5 months back, it didn't do that when I did these things. I don't know why but it also happened when I was watching a youtube video and ripping a CD. I don't know if it has to do with RAM (I have 1 Gig), and why does it shut off?!?! I don't know if it has to deal with the fact that I haven't cleaned or dusted my computer. I have no viruses or nothing like that and I mean it. Also, I had these computer a couple of years back with the suckiest things ever (20 gig hard drive, half a Gig ram) and I could play these games easily and effortlessly. I don't know what is causing this and it's pissing me off because there is no solution. Please Help!!!!
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Please do not start new topics about the same problem. We are all volunteers here, and do what we can. I'm sure someone will have some insight into this situation. Please be patient alittle longer.
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i dont know, but if you really want to make this easy without doing alot of work, just back up your stuff and reformat
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