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computer crashs durring wow

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Hello well i am writing kind of desparately after 3 horrible days in which i have formated and reinstalled win xp 3 times .
Well, you see, i have recently started playing wow again after a 6 months break and it used to work properly but now i have a huge problem my computer keeps crashing from 15 to 15 min . My system is ASUS P5NSLI , INTEL DUAL CORE 800 MHZ AND VIDEO CARD : ATI RADEON 4550 HD I ALSO HAVE 3 GRAM DDR2 .
Well after investigating the problem i tried everything ?: almost all catalyst version recommended by blizzard teck support and ati sites , i reinstalled windows sp3 xp 3 times , moved my rams from one slot to another , disabled soun hd ati device, disabled video recover in catalyst and it did not crash anymore :) " IT RESTARTED" so i'm quite confused and i dn what to do but through my system out the window :) Someone pls help me . !?! Thank you !
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    Kraków my love :)

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Download, and install SpeedFan: http://www.almico.com/sfdownload.php
Post your computer temperatures:

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Provide processor info (hold Windows logo key, and hit Pause/Break key to find out).

Take a reading while playing the game.
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