Rebooting during games and other things

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Rajahten

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Hello. I just got a top of the line computer - 1 gig ram, GeForce 7800GT, 3800+ AMd dual core processors.
My problem is - and I apologize for posting this on both the game forums and here, i wasnt sure which to post on - that whenever I run a game for anywhere between 5minutes to 2 hours, the computer quickly gives a blue screen and reboots. I have changed video cards, changed ram, formatted windows twice. My cpu temperature is normal, my video card temperature is 48 degrees, 55 when the card is being really used. I have tested for overheating issues, and memory leaks. Sometimes my computer reboots if I run an application, or even right click on the desktop.
Please help.. I've done all that I can. All my drivers are up to date, including directx.
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I just dont know what to do anymore.
 
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this is gonna be easier than u think. first delet everything off of ur hardrive. no window or anything. then shut off ur comp. after that take out the disk like battery on the motherboard. wait around 10 to 20min, put the battery back in and install a fresh windows. and if that doesn't fix it then ur board is defective or your windows disk has a major error on it. ----send it to the company for repair or if u have a warranty replace it----.
 
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If you using Windows XP, most of the time it show "blue screen" mean that some of the hardware is faulty or fail. Or your system got an error. Please Check your event viewer. sometimes it really helps.
 
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