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I know very little about computers.

I have been havinf problems with my home pc for sometime now.

I bought a new cpu and 2gb more of ram recently. The cpu is a q6600 and it is rated for my motherboard (intel dp965lt). I fixed the problem first because the cpu was overheating. Now my computer for some reason reboots on its own. I would like to say it is ram but am unsure. I took out the newer ram and reformatted my hdd and had the system dump almost 20 minutes ago. I was watching a video with mplayer.

I even bought a new hdd thinking the problem was with my old hdd. but am having the same problem at times. I really am lost on what to do since I don't have a lot of money to throw around to try to fix the problem.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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