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Computer keeps shutting off...by itself.


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Well... that's what it does. It keeps on shutting off by itself.
And I'm not doing much, just have one or two programs on and suddenly it shuts off. And when I try to restart the computer once it has shut off, it turns on for a second or two, the shuts off again. This keeps on happening until it finally it turns on completely. And then I just keep on playing. But lately it has been getting more and more annoying. Keeps turning off more and more frequently. I remember when the computer didn't used to turn off. :whistling:
I mean, it does not even ask to shut itself down not even to save things.
I think its either because its over heating/ or its using too much memory/worms/viruses etc. I really don't know why its doing this (partly because I don't know anything about computers).



So with that said, does anyone know why my computer is doing this? :blink:

Oh yeah, two more things:

1) Does anyone know how to fix this? [pic below]

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The Data of the error report is:
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The Technical Information about the error report is:
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And...

2)Every time anyone logs into their computer account (this is a family computer) the desktop or anything shows up. The only way it shows up is by pressing the shortcut key to bring up the task manager (alt+ctrl+del) and press "My Documents" so the desktop and everything else shows up. And when it does, a window pops up:
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I think that has something to do with it. ^

Edited by vampirate, 26 August 2007 - 12:13 AM.

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help D:
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sorry if i posted on the wrong forum :whistling:
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