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I have a machine here that shuts down on it's own. It seems to function ok otherwise. I have attached the error reporting I was hoping someone could have a look and decipher it for me.  
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Question by:Todger66
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by:Todger66
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Here is the zip file with dump included. manifest.zip
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by:rdudek101
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Does it just completely shut down or does it restart?  Can you also do me a favor and install this:
http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html 

And tell me what the temps are?
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by:Todger66
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Thanks mate. I was thinking it might be getting hot.
Temps:
SYSTIN 70 Degrees
CPUTIN 51 Degrees
AUXTIN 119 Degrees

Intel Pentium E2200 Core Temp is 46 Degrees

Samsung Hard Drive is 31 Degrees
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by:Todger66
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Also it just shuts down.
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nobus earned 2000 total points
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your dump points to  IMAGE_NAME:  avgmfx86.sys
that is  : The process AVG Resident Shield Minifilter Driver belongs to the software AVG Free On-access Scanner Minifilter Driver
so i would uninstall /reinstall AVG, or try another virus soft, like AVAST
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