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well honestly i do not think its a memory situation because 1) it happens when playing flash games 2) right after the computer turns off, the fan makes a loud noise. so im thinking it has to do with hte fan and the computer overheating, but as i said i know its not the enviorment around it, because it happened in winter too. so is it possilbe that the fan might have something to do with it?
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Your graphics card might be faulty and that might be making your PC short circuit and restart.

Edited by Ntd, 30 July 2004 - 08:29 PM.

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Your graphics card might be faulty and that might be making your PC short circuit and restart.

anyway i check to see if that is the problem? like a downloadable program?
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