|27 Aug 2009||#2|
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Hi . Welcome to the forum.
Make sure that the "Automatically Restart" button is unticked..
Right click on My computer. Go to properties. Advanced. Under startup and Recovery, click settings.
Make sure it's unchecked. The automatically restart button.
You can then launch a game and you should be presented with a BSOD instead of a reboot.
We'll then take it from there when you reach that point.
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