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comp restarts if i go to certain site


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hayate18

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Help. I have been trying to figure out what is wrong with my computer. Lately if i go to a site that offers translation from japanese to english or english to japanese, my comp gets rebooted automatically i have no idea what is wrong. My comp runs fine without going to the translating site.
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welcome to geeks to go any ways :tazz:

hmm i think that site may have any .exe or any file that contains virus ..

which is blocked by your antiviral .. thats why its rebooting ..

may be that virus contains restart services ;) ..

not sure let senior to explain also
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Johanna

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Post the link?

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It could be your internet. My computer used to do this when I first got it, and basically it was because I was using a USB cable to connect to my modem, and it - it being a Scientific Atlanta WebSTAR DPX100 - really didn't like that. I just had to start using an ethernet cable and it was fine.

I might be totally wrong about this, but hopefully I've been of some help :tazz:
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