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[Jan. 25th, 2006|10:30 am]
People who spend too much time with their computer

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My very new computer works fine, except sometimes it'll suddenly go blue screen for a second and then reboot itself for absolutely no reason I can fanthom (it doesn't happen when I do anything special, actually sometimes it happens when I'm not doing anything at all!). The blue screen that appears is this one.

My computer runs on Windows XP SP2, an AMD 64 CPU, 1 Go of RAM and 2.01 GHz. It's absolutely not a virus or spyware problem because I have softwares against both that I've run on the computer already, and anyway they were installed on the computer before it was connected to the internet for the first time. I believe it's a hardware or an XP problem.

For info, the pieces in my computer are (being French and being more used to solving comp problems in French, I hope I'm getting the vocabulary right - please correct me if something's said wrong):
- Motherboard ASUS A8NE socket 939 (NVIDIA nForce4 SLI Series)
- Sound card integrated to motherboard Realtek ALC850
- CPU AMD 3200 64 bits socket 939
- 2 RAM bars Kingston 512 pc 3200
- Harddrive MAXTOR 200go SATA 7200
- Video card Leadtek 6600-TD 128 PCI Express (WinFast PX6600 TD)


I've looked everywhere, asked every of my computer savvy friends, and we can't figure it out... Does anybody have any clue what might be wrong, or could they redirect me to a community that might be able to help?

Thank you so much.


x-posted to computerhelp, computerjunkies, firmware_3l337, computergeeks

EDIT : It's not an overheating problem, and the store ran tests on the computer and assure me it's not a memory problem, either...
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From: issaczero2
2006-09-18 03:44 am (UTC)
Maybe overheating problems?
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