system restarts by its self

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can any one help???
If it's a hardware fault, what is it likely to be????
thanks............
 
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Thankyou for your reply, the computer only re-starts if it is under stress...
e.g.. playing sims2 -or- using nero ect??????????

"cngn" wrote:

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> Could be a Hard disk issue specially a bad boot block...or even a bad
> sector on the disk, where a sys file is stored or trying to write
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looks like it's a virtual memory issue..try increasing your windows page
file...right click on my
computer-properties-Advanced-Performance-Settings-Advanced-VirtualMemory-Change-click
Custom size Make this almost 3/4 of the available size show on c:/ drive
above the custom size and the Maximum to just below the available size
of c:/ and check the performance.

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Cheers Godmode, seems to have done the trick... Thankyou

"Godmode" wrote:

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> looks like it's a virtual memory issue..try increasing your windows page
> file...right click on my
> computer-properties-Advanced-Performance-Settings-Advanced-VirtualMemory-Change-click
> Custom size Make this almost 3/4 of the available size show on c:/ drive
> above the custom size and the Maximum to just below the available size
> of c:/ and check the performance.
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