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How to make Windows XP deliberately to crash after some time

How can I make a Windows XP machine
while someone works an application (not
a specific one or even randomly after 10-30
minutes) to cause the system to crash and
make deliberate reboot without confirmation?
I work in an office and my machine has a problem
that something goes in my motherboard and
crashes all the time. No one cares and I believe
that I work in a bad company that they dont
pay attention to the employees needs. They
wont change my machine unless this come up
to another person's computer. I dont mean to
harm the hardware or anything, but this is the
only hope for me to work normaly because it gets
on my nerves while I work to lose all my work!!
thanks a lot for you time, and I hope to give me
a solution to my problem.
4 Solutions
Install NOrton System WOrks . .
I dont think it would be professional or legal. www.careerbuilder.com new job would fix it.
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I agree with Purple Sky. You should probably look for a new job if that is the case.

Is the problem getting worse? If it is, there will probably be a point when the machine doesn't work, and at that point I don't think they can refuse you a new computer. I wouldn't recommend sabotaging the machine to get it to this state though.
brakosAuthor Commented:
thanx a lot for your help but I still cant work ;-)
brakos what about you tell us what is wrong with your system and we try to help you. Even incase replacements are needed you would know what needs to be done and maybe your employer will change mind.
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