System automatically getting restarted

Intel / Pentium iii
September 30, 2009 at 10:44:25
Specs: WINDOWS XP 2, P III / 256 MB
Hi Friends,

My system specifications:

Mothe Board : Mercury board with intel chipset.
Processor : Intel Pentium III
Hard Disk : 80 GB at present (previous 40GB)
RAM : 256 sd RAM

My 40GB hard disk had a problem with its spindle and get repaired. so I purchased a hard disk (80 GB IDE) and connected to my system and installed OS. I works perfectly, after 2 days my system get automatically restarted. I set password for my windows, while entering my password and enter it restarts again. By one time I left at the password screen for upto 1 min and then entered my password, it works perfectly. At that time there was some virus in my system. So I thought it is because of the virus.

Then I installed the OS freshly and scanned my whole system, no virus get found. My system get worked perfectly for upto 3 days. Today my system getting automatically restarted again. There was no password for windows now. but no problem while logging in. It is restarting automatically sometimes while I was working in my system.

I didnt have such type of problem with 40GB hard disk.

Actually I do no where is the problem?? Hardware?? or Software??

I do no what happening in my system.

Please Help Me.....

Please reply about the problem and how to overcome the problem.

Waiting for your reply..

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September 30, 2009 at 11:14:21
i think its a ram problem. I would dload a memory tester. Microsoft has one for free. Run it for about 30min to an hour. If any ram fails, remove modules 1 by one and retest to find the bad one and replace it.

Intel DP35DPM Socket 775 Motherboard
Intel Quad Core Kentsfield 2.4Ghz Q6600 CPU
Ultra 4096MB PC6400 DDR2 800MHz Dual Channel 2X1024

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September 30, 2009 at 11:24:04
Thanks for you reply codyrichter.

I will try this. can you able to give the link to download that loader.

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September 30, 2009 at 12:11:47
Memory test
There is a version to create a bootable floppy diskette and/or an ISO for creating a CD.
I suggest running it overnight and any failures are unacceptable.

You might also want to run chkdsk /r
This will check the disk for weak/bad sectors.
Note that it takes quite a while to run.

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September 30, 2009 at 13:56:53
Turn off the "automatically restart" feature. If you don't know how, google it.

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October 1, 2009 at 07:23:33
Thanks for your replies wil try it!!

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