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From: Mari on 06/10/2007
I recently upgraded from Windows 98SE to Windows XP Pro and upgraded memory from 32 MB to 256 MB SDRAM DIMM. Norton Internet Security Professional was also installed as an additional firewall. System works well, memory is being recognized by system, and games and applications are being used. All settings have been checked, no conflicts. I tried to get the latest drivers, none available. I've even reset the modem.

I browse the internet, but 20 minutes into the session, my system automatically restarts like clockwork. I unchecked the automatic restart box under system recovery to get a BSOD error but system restarted anyway. I checked the event log and I could only find was an IE explorer hang error iexplorer.exe 6.0, version 0.0.0.0, 0X00000000 .dll type error.

Could it be the system is overclocking or could the fan be going bad? Do I need another power supply? I'm considering going back to the original configuration if I can't find a solution. Any help would be greatly appreciated, Thank you.


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From: Albert on 07/24/2007

Mari,

My suggestion is to use firefox,it has an ie addon if you need to use ie.if you still want to use ie, instead of ie7,go back to ie6.

i have some websites to help you, please read them ,I think they will help you.
This is about ie7.
http://www.microsoft-watch.com/content/operating_systems/microsoft_internet_explorer_70_details_begin_to_leak.html

this is about Bartshel.exe. you will have to scroll down.
http://www.answersthatwork.com/Tasklist_pages/tasklist_b.htm

this is about your internet connection.
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=1006050319234

Hope this helps.

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From: Mari on 07/21/2007
Still working on correcting the error with Windows XP Pro and Internet Explorer. Rechecked all settings, reset memory card, tried new cables and downloaded latest verion of Internet Explorer 7.0. Recently installed PeoplePC, and found an new error in the system logs with the bartshel.exe file. So, reinstalled PeoplePC and problem with the shutdown(s) remains.
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From: haha on 07/12/2007
mari....

what are you wearing right now?

i bet ur hot hot hot

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From: Albert on 06/18/2007
Mari,

if you have Ver. 6 you need to reinstall it again, if you need to download again go to this web site.
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/ie6/downloads/critical/ie6sp1/default.mspx

Here is the websites where this information came from,and it tells you the causes and solutions. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/318153.
I know its for ME but this sounds like the problem your having.
Hope this helps.

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