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From: Fractallian on 07/28/2001
I'm running win2k 500Mhz PIII / 128MB, 32MB TNT2

My computer will reset itself at the worst times.
For example:
When 3d game engine executes.
When realPlayer attempts to play a stream while an mp3 is being played.
Occasionally upon final stages of win3k boot.
Other almost random times.

What could cause this to happen?
How can I make it stop?

Please help... this is driving me (((IN*SA*NE)))!!

Thanks

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From: pao on 11/04/2010
I have the same problem too..

mostly when I play online games (like WOE and RO) it usually the monitor turns black and still i can hear the sound effects of the games then after few seconds the computer resets...


Please HELP!!!

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From: Brett on 03/02/2010
I'm getting the same problem. only started happening yesterday and it does it after 2hours like clockwork
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From: James on 02/19/2010
Oh crap....I also forgot that the processor is another one to look at. When the processor overheats, the safety limit switch built in the processor will cause a system restart/reset/reboot...which ever...this is caused by heat restiction. Try cleaning out the fins on the heatsink...AND...also behind the heatsink around the processor.
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From: James on 02/19/2010
I agree with "zark" down below...here is what he/she said with some minor grammar adjustments, no offense zark, just makes it easier to read...

"Same problem but through the process of elimination;

- Take the hard drive and put it into other computer,
--Does the system reboot? -NO?
--Then its not the software or hard drive--yipee.

--If it does? Then it is your software or hard drive.
--Buy a new hard drive
--Install software and then attempt to work it out if your harddrive or software WAS causing it. BEST EASIEST WAY

Chances are 9/10 it is your stinking motherboard. Chances are its the southbridge crumbling under the stress of all the new gadgets we plug into it.
Graphics problem -- your screen will break up before restart [northbridge]
Ram problem -- could be, but if the crash is random chances are it aint your ram [northbridge]

If your Southbridge is on its way out, it could be 5 mins or 5 months. You may want to buy a new motherboard."

I would like to add something to that affect as well.

- There may be a problem with you memory stick. Sometimes when you are passing large amounts of information through a semi-bad RAM stick, it could cause the computer to automatically reset because of information overload.
- Another possibility would be your power supply not having the right amount of amps to power all your periferals or the PS might have a heat short.

These are all symptums of automatic restart/reset while try to use the machine. But always start with the Hard Drive like "zark" said.

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From: Craig on 01/22/2010
The problem with automatic resets is that it can be a MYRIAD of things causing it, hardware and/or software-related. In my case, running Winamp and World of Warcraft at the same time was causing it. It took me forever to figure that out. But it could just as easily be something else. The guy at the computer shop said that bad USB devices can cause it a lot of the time, ESPECIALLY USB hubs and printers.
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From: K on 08/02/2009
My computer has somewhat the same problem, but it doesn't reset after a few mins. I can go on the internet no problem, or other small things like wordpad or paint. I've turned off the automatic restart. But this did not help. I've been trying to run some computer games (like sims or zoo tycoon), after a few mins of these programs loading. My computer restarts any help?
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From: Giridharan. V on 04/25/2009
Hi all,

I am also facing the same problem "system resetting often". when ever i boot the computer it directly goes to the page which contain menu like safe mode, Last known good configuration mode. when i select safe mode it is going to the XP S3 but with in 1 or 2 min its resetting itself and when i try for another boot, it does not work, its really annoying me. Please any one can explain what kind of problem is this and what could be the cause of that problem . Pls assist me.....

Regards

Giri

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From: zark on 09/13/2008
Same problem but through process of elimination;

take hard drive and put into other computer

Does the system reboot? NO?

Then its not software--yipee.

It does? Its your software or hard drive.

Buy a new hard drive -- install software and then attempt to work out if your harddrive or software was causing it. BEST EASIEST WAY

Chances are 9/10 it is your stinking motherboard. Chances are its the southbridge crumbling under the stress of all the new gadgets we plug into it.
Graphics problem -- your screen will break up before restart [northbridge]
Ram problem -- could be, but if the crash is random chances are it aint your ram [northbridge]

Southbridge is on its way out, could be 5 mins or 5 months but one day that box will not work and you will cry.

My advice? Buy a new mobo.

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From: legsause on 07/01/2008
my computer has been working just fine for the last year cause ive only been playing games like warcraft and sims on it. but the other day i uploaded a upgrade to make my computer run smooth or some BS. now when ever i log on warcraft it resets right away HELP ME
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From: Blade on 04/12/2008
i have same problem my comp will reset at random even when its just sitting there and doing nothing with no programs running or nothing. it will reset when i start a program but than when i start the program/game again it will do nothing it's god damn annoying. and i'm living in fear of starting programs it's like playing russion roulette exspecially when i'm working!! everything in my comp is new except the power supply, formatted and reinstalled win xp clean windows on the hard drive so its not a virus. could it be the power supply? i've noticed it's starting to make a weird high pitchec noise lately which is also driving me insane!
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From: Micalus on 02/26/2008
Well I got 4y old comp and experienced hell lot of problems with restarting, BSODs, turnoffs. At first it was turning off or restarting, when i played some high-graph games (WC3, Diablo2). The problem was radiator. Initially it was simply solved by putting electric fan behind the computer.
Later I moved to another country (Poland) and about 4 mth later my computer (after FEW resets, turnoffs) it couldn't be turned on again.
After giving it to tech.. it needed new power supply.
Later I changed the radiator and processor cooler to new and it solved the problem.
Also in most cases Disk format was enough (including XP reinstall).
Anyway that can help you people but i would like some1 to explain me a thing.
My computer works perfectly, doesn't restart often. BUT one day 25.02.08 in the morning i play winamp and it FREEZES.
After that it freezes or resets (without BSOD) whenever i play winamp or play game.
It certainly resets when i tryed copying some files from disk C.
Same day it also resets itself even there is no program running.
It has to be some software problem... BUT WHY IT STARTED JUST LIKE THIS?
Im planning on formating C and if that solves the problem I will post later.
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From: John-d on 02/17/2008
emm i have the same problem... it use to happen only if i was using a particularry poker softaware and when i play war3 now it happens after 4-5 mins after i open the pc. i change the ram nothing happened .... but its ok when i open it in safe mode.... i think is a hardware prob probably the power supoly... i have an abit motherboard with power led 2 the power led turns of 4-5 sec after i turn off the power and when it resets the power led doesnt go off or something. i cant do a virus scan so i will just format it... anyone have an idea about my prob??
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From: plexander on 12/28/2007
XP-2 P-IV

We're missing some crucial details in these posts. I posted some of those details below in CRUCIAL DETAILS. I definitely think the problem is software related. The post suspecting virus software is exactly on-line with my thinking. I've performed a system restore on XP-2 to just before when I installed CA Anti-Virus, and the system is working.

Other times the PC works:
- On the initial XP Acct Login screen
- While in Safe Mode

CRUCIAL DETAILS... Even though instant/random shutdowns usually point to a hardware problem, that may not be the case. Here's the difference that has not been discussed below: If your motherboard that has LED lights on it(like my ABIT TH7-RAID) and any stay lit after the computer instantly shuts down, then the power supply can nearly be ruled out because it didn't fully stop functioning. Also, this detail is important: On my ABIT TH7-RAID, I have to turn off & on the power-supply's power switch, then depress the front PC power button to get the computer to start rebooting. That probably says something about the motherboard's reaction to the software problem with CA Anti-virus I think I've isolated. What does this mean?

My opinion... all parties having random shutdown problems should consider booting to the Safe Mode, and also try NOT logging onto your XP account. If either works, then software is at least a consideration. However, some hardward doesn't kick on until the acct logon... which hardware components are dormant until acct logons? Last, try sytem restore/s and isolate software changes (just go back as far as you can and see if it works; you can later reverse the restore if you want.

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From: Hal on 11/26/2007
Yeah same problem here...
My comp was reseting itself about every 15 - 45 minutes..
My friend told me it could be a software issue, so i formatted it, and reinstalled windows, and it was working pretty fine for a couple of hours UNTIL i installed SP2... 5 or 10 minutes after that, it started to reset itself all over again..

Any clues? could there be something wrong with the service pack?

Thanks..

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From: Wayno on 09/27/2006
yea before i reformeatted my comp totally, everytime i turned my comp on it would automatically reset itself either at the logon screen or just as i log on, so i can definately say it can be a trojan or a virus causing this problem.
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From: Daniel on 05/13/2006
Same problem with me too, perhaps it's everyone's ati vidoe card? that seems to be whts wrong with mine
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From: yohana on 04/05/2006
ey....i need to clean out my computer...all the way throught, i read about some bot thing but i can understand how to do it... i dont have the windows xp cd anymore so i cant use that....
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From: Lisa on 07/23/2004
I have also the same problem and asked our Information Technology staff in the office. He told me that the registry might have been corrupted by virus or just corrupted. He said the registry is a complicated matter. One solution is clean format and re-install the O/S. If rebooting occurs later, then definitely the REGISTRY is the problem. I do not know how to set a corrupted REGISTRY correctly.
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From: Nick The Greek on 06/03/2004
Hello from Greece. All of you are invited here for the Olympic Games...
I spent more than 1500 for the last PC I bought - and the first i use XP on - to buy not only top technology but also power supply, fans, case, memory heat sinks from CoolerMaster, Thermaltake and other known and widely praised suppliers... Yet the computer often reset when using WinMX or K-Lite... I found out along with you that XP option regarding system was the cause... And although documented at support.microsoft.com still not usually spoken problem...

If that is your case - reset when doing specific tasks - then 99% it has to do with XP... Else... Try and replace... Painful, indeed

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From: mike on 06/03/2004
If a computer spontanously(?) reboots its generally a hardware issue. I would first rule out a virus and then if possible swap parts with a known good. It could be bad ram, processor, power supply or Motherboard. I would try the power supply first.

Mike

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From: Laura on 05/22/2004

My computer does the same too. It resets by it's self every 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 minutes for a week and nothings going to happen when the computer switches on. Now it's dead and I can't use it any more.
Please I need HELP!!!
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From: Bill the bummed on 04/02/2004
Hello there everyone, I'm rather new to this board but I do wish to pose a question to you all. I've read the previous posts, and while they come close to describing my problem, it isn't quite right. So I was hoping you had some other advice for my situation. Recently my 4 year old pentium 2 system has been going on the fritz. At first it simply started crashing a lot, later it got to the point that it was cutting itself off without warning after about 2-5 minutes. I have ruled out all possibility of viruses and trojans because I have not only reinstalled my operating system(window 98 se) but I have also replaced the hard drive. The second cause I thought of would be the power supply, however, when run under safe mode the machine will boot and run normally for hours on end, so I don't believe it is the power supply gonig bad. I have also ruled out the graphics card and Case problems because I have not added any new hardware or drivers to the system before it started going out. So this basically leaves two possibilites that I'm having to consider, the motherboard or the bios. I have read in several sites that a bad or overheating BIOS can sometimes cause the system to restart. And by restart I mean lose power for a fraction of a second and come back into the bootup sequence(running scandisk as well because it didn't shut down properly). So I'm trying to work out what would be the best thing to fix first, by a new bios chip and see if that solves the problem, or simply replace the motherboard, chips and all. I'm on a very small budget and would like to consider the cheapest option first. If anyone has a suggestion or experience with something like this please reply. Thanks for your time.

p.s. System Setup:
Hard drive: 40 GB 7200rpm WD
Processor: Pentium 2
CDRW 4x
1.4 inch Floppy drive
64 MB RAM
300 Watt power supply
32MB graphics ATI graphics card(I think)
Network and Modem cards.

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From: Colin on 03/22/2004
Hello,
Just to add to the sample size...
Athlon 2100+
K7VTA3 board
Radeon 7000 (w updated drivers from ATI)
1gb DDRRAM (2 512s)
80GB ATA harddrive
300W PSU 50 / 60 hz
3 fans
XPhome
Harddrive was recently reformated and XPhome reinstalled.

I have had this problem for probably close to a year- unsure when exactly started.
The computer will restart randomly from playing a game to just using notepad to doing nothing at all. Before it would reboot when trying to close down-that seems to have stopped.
On average once a day (8h).

Thanks for all the suggestions and the knowledge that I'm not alone on this.
colin

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From: Shivnandan on 03/05/2004
Well guys up there donot panick...If your PC shutsdown with the warning "Remote Procedure calls failed PC shuttingdown" or something like that with a countdown, then it is blaster or lovesan worm.Just run the command shutdown -a to halt the reboot and then run the lovesan patch by downloading it from a well known site. also to the rest of the people if you are scared of any virus or worm causing it...just edit your registry and remove craps u never seen before from HKLM/softwares/microsoft/windows.Currentversion/run . I hope u get it . If u r a complete newbie....then donot edit registry by urself.... for people who have ERD Commander CD can easily boot the system from it and change the registry and startup files. For those who donot have that CD can use Windows Cd and boot the systeam in Recovery mode and replace all the necesaary files. If still the problem persisits then either format ur C drive after taking the backup or then install windows in a yet another drive......
Bye
There are so many solutions....but to be precise I need a specifict problem and the essential features of it....I hope u understand...

snsingh_02@iiita.ac.in
persionnel webpage:http://profile.iiita.ac.in/snsingh_02

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From: nacho on 11/11/2003
I have the exact same problem.
Windows 2000 Server, 512 mb RAM, PIV 1.8 ghz
But mine just restarts without even letting me log on to the system.
i can't even get to system properties.
I removed all PCI cards, cd drives, floppy. Just the HD and me.
Windows starts loading, "Preparing Network Connections","Applying Scurity Policy", CTRL+ALT+DEL Dialog for 1 second (or sometimes before this) and the BAM! reset.
Under SAfe Mode It does the same almost all the time, but there were a few times when it didn't, but under safe mode I can't change almost anything (including AutoRestart options).

My VGA Card is onBoard, there's no big GeForce whatever.
it started doing this out of nowhere, because It had been working perfectly for more than 3 months.

I add this to the common problem!
greetings
nacho

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From: Freak. on 11/08/2003
Hey.

Omg, when I read that, I've got a little smile ... not 'cause it's funny to crash, but because there's a LOOOOT of people having this problem ... I tried to do as someone said to turn the "Automatically restart" in Advanced system properties and for now, it's working, I didn't crash yet (2 days since I turned that off) and I don't see any errors messages neither ... so it sure was the problem...or a big part of it.

If anyone has any other good suggestions, just let us know

'cause if it continues this way, I'll soon smash PC just behind Bill Gates' head :P

See ya all! Hope you'll find what's YOUR problem :/

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From: march on 10/13/2003
I have this p4vxasd
first time i'used DDR memory and the system crash constantly, win XP cannot install etc

but when I decided (reluctanly ) to use an SDRAM memory, the system works perfectly.
maybe i had to wait for better mobo.

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From: James on 09/23/2003
Stop using IE and Outlook, go download Mozilla for free and start moving away from microsoft products.
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From: Jamie on 09/23/2003
MY PC SHUTSDOWN OR RESETS WHEN SOME POP UPS APEAR OR IF I INSTALL SOME STUFF OR IF I EVEN TRY TO CHANGE SETTINGS WHAT THE HELL CAN I DO?
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From: shock on 09/14/2003
Ive found that if this happens when you have more then 1 stick of memory installed, or real crappy memory. Try removing all but 1 stick of memory and see what happens.
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From: nt0 on 09/05/2003
hi Guys

Just remove the Blaster worm!

www.symantec.com

cheerio nt0

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From: Aaron on 08/29/2003
hey guys i had already dignose that silly and stupid case, the i'm a technician on a networkgaming and this case really sucks!!!! i had figured out that simply was the processor!!! i had swap it with the same specs then it initially happen to the one i had swapt it... simply the solution was set your bios and your setup to defaults and intall your mother board's drivers for the chipset... Hope this could relieve your head aches from the case........
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From: Gerard on 08/15/2003
I have the same problem, I've replaced the case, and the power supply. I also have a GeForce video card. Any time I do anything video intensive it resets, as well as randomly. When I don't have a lot of programs installed, like when I first install windows., then it behaves a lot better. I believe its either my RAM or the video card. I've got a P4 1.5 Ghz on a ABIT TH7 Raid motherboard. This problems sucks and makes me want to kick the crap out of my computer.
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From: Olga on 07/23/2003
My computer would always reset whenever Kazaa or Windows Media Player (9.0) was on. But it no longer happens after I changed options in Control Panel. The only bad thing now is that it will tell me that an error occured and the program will turn off (applies for WMP and Kazaa) and I have tried re-installing both but so far no luck with that. Any suggestions for that? Good luck everyone.
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From: Marie on 07/14/2003
The correct answer has already been posted here by Craig on 7/2/2003. The problem is your computer is set to restart everytime it gets an error message that would result in a "Blue Screen of Death" (a system failure). Most WinXP installations have their system settings set to the option to automatically restart on system failure. Why don't you do as he suggests and see if that is the problem? At least you will then be able to see the error message -- the first step towards trying to fix it.

Control Panel|System|Advanced (then look at the "System Failure" section. There are three checkboxes. One them is "Restart on System Failure." Uncheck it. The next time the error occurs you will see an error message. Then you can manually shutdown and restart.

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From: Rakord on 07/11/2003
I have had the problum with a computer at home and I got rid of it with a new mother board but i now have a problum with a nother computer doing the dame thaing and it just started up on me. it is an old computer nothing fance. it resets out of the blue and i cant get thro setup for windows 98. I expext it is the motherboard. i have seen bad vidio cards and powersuplyed in the computers and thay dont do that. thaty will not start up or you get bad grifix or a rash but not a restart out of the blue. I hop ethis will help you and help me find the main reson for this problum. good luck all
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From: Tony the Tiger on 07/03/2003
Well after spending lots of money replacing every part of my computer, I mean literally everything, found the problem to be the case.
Case?????
Oh Yes..... the case not the power supply. What could possibly go bad on a case? Plain and simple the LED's if they are bad they will light up but at certain point they will short out for miliseconds and shut down the computer and it will be intermittent.
I was blaiming everything. My 15 year old son found the problem. If you have the problem first try disconnecting the LED's before you buy any peripheral. Tony the Tiger
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From: Craig on 07/02/2003
Hello,

I had the same problem as all of you. My computer would reset during games and connection etc etc.

To fix I did the following:

Goto Control Panel -> System
Click on the Advanced tab
Goto Startup and Recovery
Turn off the Automatically reboot option

Then instead of resetting the computer would display the 'blue screen of death'. The blue screen reported that a problem had occured in pcc_sys.sys (or something like that). This file was part of the virus checked. So I simply turned off the virus checker and the problem went away.

It turns out the problem was the virus checker was turned off at startup but it was still turned on in the services window.

Hope that helps,

Craig

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From: To All on 06/28/2003
Must be a Trojan. What else?
It is driving me insane. I have replaced almost everything. My PS is 500 watts with double fan. New video card,HD with double fan tray, CPU with big heat ink and fan is only a 1.3 GHz AMD. Need answers. My computer suts off every 5 to 10 minutes maximum. Runing XP. Pirate version from KAZAA.
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From: Stuart on 04/01/2003
Hi,

I seem to have the same problem, except for my computer only seems to reset when I'm connected to the internet - it has never done it during a game, and usually happens when i move the mouse! Any suggestions?

(I have a Duron 1000, 256ram, 128mb radeon 7500)

Thanks!

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From: Matt on 03/31/2003
My Computer is a 952MHz | Gforce 2 | 320 MB of RAM | AMD Athlon Processer
It resets when i put in a game disk and if you can get it installed when in the game it resets why help me too
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From: Bobby on 03/26/2003
i have a 300watts power supply and im running a p4 1.8,512ddr, and geforce4 mx440 and mine will periodically reset as well.

isnt 300watts enuff?

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From: notme on 02/01/2003
i had the same problem
i hav a p4 2.8ghz and a radeon 9700pro and 512mb ddr ram

the problem with me was the powersupply was not adequate i had to take out my network card until i got a 400w psu

take out any unnesscary stuff like sound card second hard drive and add the pieces in one at a time after testing if it doesn't carah with only 1 hard drive and video card add the sound card and test vigorisly then add network card and so on but to me it sounds very similar to my problem

to me it would either go blank or reset itself.

try it!!!!!!!

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From: Computerpilot on 01/24/2003

Defititely an issue with hardware. I also agree it is probably your video card only if it most frequently occurs during games. If so, consider a new video card. It may be faulty. However, try the most updated driver for your video card before tossing to the garbage.

Computerpilot

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From: Robert on 01/22/2003
I have the same prob. im reading about of alot of people with this problom. almost all the people have big video card, usiually a g-force 4 or a Rage card of some kind, could be related try a diffrent video card let me know if that works (I dont have a an old video card to try). But from what I understand the heat from the newer processors and the new vid cards is insane, making this a more common problome.
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From: Erdem on 01/21/2003
I have the same or a similar problem. Intel Pentium 4 2.0, 512 MB DDR Ram, Tornada Nvidia GeForce 4 440MX, Creative Live Sound Card, Creative Inspire 5200 5.1 Speakers, Creative ModemBlaster, Seagate Barracuda 80 GB 7200 Hard Disk, ECS P4VXASD Mainboard with VIA Chipset, Windows XP Professional. My computer resets for no reason whenever it feels like. I couldn't figure out when and why it does that since there are no similar cases. I updated all my drives and flashed my bios and the VIA chipset but it still sometimes continues the same problem. Especially when I firt start the computer it always resets once before the windows xp loads. I did everything i can do and i am nearly going to go nuts after paying so much money and can not make it work the way i want it to. When i am going to play a game it also gives errors and doesn't load the games if i don't set the games audio, video, sound systems to the maximum values available. It usually is right the opposite with my friends' computers. Thanks for everyones help who has some knowledge on similar problems...
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From: Mike Walters on 01/13/2002

My roomate has the same problem w/ his computer. Its usually 1 of 3 things.
1) bad power supply (mainly the switch)
2) bad motherboard
3) bad video drivers (try an update)

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From: Dave on 11/15/2001
i am having the same problem. i have win2k 576mb mem, 40gig hd and it will just reset!
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From: kilikini on 07/29/2001
I don't know why your computer is doing it, but mine will do it occasionally when I go to print something. I don't understand it, there's no reason for it and I don't get any error messages or anything.

Sorry I can't help, but I wanted to let you know that you're not alone.


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