So yea, i'll just be messing around with my computer and suddenly it'll make a sort of "click" sound and restart. It wont go through the "shutting down Windows" process, instead, the screen will go blank for a second and i'll just end up looking at the Windows loading screen to log on.
If it means anything, I just kinda moved my computer to another, bigger, case and added a few upgrades. Such as a new motherboard, video card, and 1gb of ram.
Though it did this before the upgrade, it's just that it happened four times in a row, when before it was a pretty rare occasion.
What I noticed though, was that it only started when I downloaded a new driver for the motherboard that allowed me to access the internet. So maybe either that driver or internet access has something to do with it?
God, after all the work and money that went into the upgrade, I would rather just stop running into problems and relax... Also i'm not sure if this would mean anything but, the new case I have came with a temperature gauge and the hottest it got was around 30 degrees celcius. Though that might not be a problem either, as i've heard the only fairly dangerous temperature is around 50 degrees celcius or above.
I would greatly
appreciate any help. Please, I just want to enjoy my computer in peace!...