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PC rebooting when closing game

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Hi all,

I'm new to this forum but not new (56 years old :) ) I have a problem. I regularly download games from scrapetorrent and have had no problems up to now. However, I downloaded Midnight Mysteries -Edgar Allen Poe (a HO game). played it for a while and closed the game to do something else. it closed ok, but when it got back to the desktop my PC just rebooted itself. When I tried to reload the game it said my profile was corrupt and I had to start the game from scratch. A friend downloaded the same gamne and had no problems, so I'm thinking it must be my machine.

Any suggestions out there?

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