Computer Restarts if when using bigger amoung of memory

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CountDraco

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HEY every time I play a video game or run a video my computer restarts on me........
Windows brought me to this page once http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=322205

and when I open up the error message it gives me theses files
C:\DOCUME~1\James\LOCALS~1\Temp\WER4c4e.dir00\Mini070207-02.dmp
C:\DOCUME~1\James\LOCALS~1\Temp\WER4c4e.dir00\sysdata.xml


If you know what might be causing this I would like to know.... Thank you
 
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Do you only get the crashes when using newly added RAM?
Are you certain the new RAM matches the specifications of the RAM that was already in your computer, and/or that your motherboard supports mixed RAM types?
 

CountDraco

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Well the last Ram I bought was a year ago......Here's what happened:
I was running Windows 2k for almost two years when I ran into a virus that I could not get rid of. Well I decided it was time for a change so I wiped my C drive and installed Windows XP Pro. Well I reinstalled everything (Drivers and Programs) and well I tried to play SWG (Star Wars Galaxies) and the Computer rebooted almost instancely. Well I have tried reinstalling the drivers, reinstalling most of the programs, removing each memory card one at a time checking to see if a bad sector on one, I use a program called speedfan to check my harddrives and all of them say running at 78% or better...I know my computer CPU runs hot Pentium D's run at 150+ Degrees F, but I bought a new CPU Fan and it runs 100F regularly and 110F when in use of a SWG...I am not sure what may be causing the problem....
 
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