It's not anything overheating. Can someone tell me how I can opt to always display a Blue screen error rather than the computer rebooting.
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If your running Windows XP try this:
Open Control Panel\System\Advanced tab\startup & recovery box\settings button, and take the check out of Automatically restart box. Then check the Write a system event, and the Admin alert boxes.
This will force a BSOD on the next crash (thats why it restarts...its crashing) that posts the Stop Error Code.
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