computer re-boot himself every 15 min

for no apparent reason my computer start to reboot himself every 15 min.  i first tought it would be my power supply so i went to buy a new one but it continy doing the same thing

when i open my computer back after it reboot, i got a critical error message of this type

BCCode : c2     BCP1 : 00000040     BCP2 : 00000000     BCP3 : 80000000    
BCP4 : 00000000     OSVer : 5_1_2600     SP : 1_0     Product : 256_1    

what can cause this and how can i solve this
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Asta CuTechnical consultant & graphic designCommented:
Strange.  Do you have Power Management enabled at the BIOS level?  My choice is to disable at the bios level and use the Windows Power Management environment instead, but always the end-user options.  How current are you with WindowsUpdate?

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amirinamdarCommented:
Hi wannderer,
Check these two PAQs. No point me writing again what has been written before!
http:Q_20324712.html
http:Q_20673090.html

Good Luck!
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wanndererAuthor Commented:
i thanks amirinamdar for his link sorry all to have asked a question already asked

i gave you the points as you still does the search to find it back

thanks a lot

modo you can close this question
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amirinamdarCommented:
Glad to be of help wannderer!Thanks for the grade.
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