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hey im a web programer. N i have a problem with my computer. Whenever im playing a game or suttin or doing something that involves alot of stuff for the computer to do at once. it restarts i have a power supply that doesnt fit my computer the best. N i think thats The problem. But im not compleltly sure. Please List All mostlicly possible
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Random reboots are typically caused by heat, faulty memory, bad drivers, or yes, power supplies.

Clean out the dust bunnies inside your pc, run a memory test (or remove a stick one at a time and see if the problem persists), update drivers, and what kind of and output power supply do you have?
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