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    Member Mohsin's Avatar
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    restart problem

    i have problem that when ever i connect to internet my computer restarts and when ever i play a song or any videp my computer restarts i have installed fresh windows replaced battery jumpers every thing i can do but of no use
    plz help me
    THANX
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    well little bit more abut your system would help.
    what operating system? what hardware? how old?how many fans?
    case?
    power supply?
    it can be so many things.
    try to tell us little bit more.
    more the better.
    if it happens when going on net it can be virus
    just write more pls

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    Well it seems as if you have a problem with your sound card. Is it a separate card or part of the motherboard?

    Check in Device Manager to see if there are any conflicts.

    Also make sure that you have the latest video and sound card drivers, and your BIOS is up to date.

    If it is a separate sound card try moving it to a slot as far away from the video card as possible.
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    hello

    p3 1.3 builtin sound card 3 months old

    operating system xp

    when ever i press connect on dialup window my computer is restarted and any video also cause my computer to restart
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    /me cues broken record.....

    Reseat your RAM.
    Al
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    Yes,

    1. Reseat RAM
    2. Reseat Modem
    3. Reseat Video Card

    Other than that it could be a faulty power supply unit or Motherboard.

    Is it still under warranty?
    If you cannot do someone any good: don't do them any harm....
    As long as you did this to one of these, the least of my little ones............you did it unto Me.
    What profiteth a man if he gains the entire World at the expense of his immortal soul?

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