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Computer keeps rebooting itself


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cleanprophet

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My computer started rebooting itself recently. Maybe once a week, at the most. It is now happening more often and has happened 3 times today already.

When it restarts it says that the system has recovered from a serious error. It has these details in a log:

C:\DOCUME1\Scott\LOCALS1\Temp\WER84aa.dir00\Mini053109-01.dmp
C:\DOCUME1\Scott\LOCALS1\Temp\WER84aa.dir00\sysdata/xml

Is this a virus or malware?
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