Adobe Flash Player reboots computer

Okay, before hand I had posted that my WIndows 7 computer would reboot when I was 'warm' swapping hard drives, but now I realize that I might have been wrong.  Going to the following website and zooming in on Iowa reboots my computer!  I started up the computer and tried it again and got the same result, a reboot computer!  It doesn't crash Internet Explorer, or freeze, the system just shuts itself off back to the BIOS screen!  Any ideas?
Scott ThompsonComputer Technician / OwnerAsked:
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Scott ThompsonComputer Technician / OwnerAuthor Commented:
I took a look at what my current BIOS is.  The BIOS update is from 4/24/09, and the most recent one on the BIOSTAR website for my TA790GX A3+ Ver. 5.x motherboard says it's from 02/09/2009, so I have a more current version supposedly.  Now it does offer a BETA that was created in 8/12/2009, but I don't want to use a beta, right?  I haven't tried uninstalling and reinstalling Adobe Flash Player yet, but something tells me that doing that won't fix the issue.  I have Windows 7 64-bit at home also, and the computer there does NOT reboot like the one at the shop does.  Thanks for the suggestion, though.  Let's keep trying to figure her out. :P
Scott ThompsonComputer Technician / OwnerAuthor Commented:
Apparently, it was the video card drivers!  For anyone who has a BIOSTAR TA790GX A3+, update the video drivers from ATI, and this will solve the problem.

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