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    posted this in hardwareworld..... no response

    so i come to my friends

    ok....my pc is resetting from time to time...just like if i took the power off..... yes i have an ups, and this wasnt happening 2 days ago.... tsk tsk

    any ideas?

    btw, if u think its windows automatic rebooting....after rebooting it doesnt give me any notice of error or whatever.... it just restarts as if u were booting normally

    thx

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    windows XP?
    if so, go to system properties > advanced > startup & recovery settings > system failure > uncheck "automatically restart".
    then go check the event viewer (sys tools > admin tools) to see if anything was logged.

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    Event viewer...

    The Network Address Translator (NAT) was unable to request an operation of the kernel-mode translation module. This may indicate misconfiguration, insufficient resources, or an internal error. The data is the error code.

    For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.
    any ideas? thats one of the errors in the event viewer...well its the only one but 2 errors whenever it happens..... 2 of the same...

    if i uncheck the automatic reboot will it stop rebooting?

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    should do

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    k turned off.....any ideas on the problem?

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    If you have XP then use system restore to go back to a time when your pc was working fine.

    It could be some driver error, i had probs like this before, but didnt have the time to investigate properly so restored the system instead.

    By the way if you have downloaded some software recently (since restore point) you should zip them up, otherwise windows will remove it, as it deletes any .exe stored since restore point, just in case its a virus.
    Robert00000

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    do you have an event ID ?

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    32003 in event column...

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    Sounds like the W32.Blaster.Worm

    I will look further.

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    no.
    you'll get a system message if it's blaster.
    but I would make sure there' not any updates or new virus defs...
    I couldn't really find anything on the prob.
    does it usually occur when you're using a specific program or doing the same thing?

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