I'm back, but comuter is still wiggin out
Ok so you guys know my computer broke a few months ago, it wouldn't stay on for very long and I sent it in, they fixed it and I put a more powerful power supply in it so I wouldn't toast it anymore, but when I got it back still havin problems, I'll list them in order they started happening.
1. When I first got it back I noticed things took a little longer to load, btw when they recieved it the CPU pins were bent but they said they were able to bend them back and it worked fine under stress tests, also on the 2nd day I had it back it turned off by itself when loading Windows, but that never happened again, been about a month now.
2. A Majority of my programs stopped responding randomly when using them, I thought it mighta been cause I installed Service Pack 3 for XP but that didn't help when I took it off, I also noticed that when I watched movies in Media Classic Player, sometimes the video would freeze, not entirely but loop like .5 seconds of the video where it froze at, but the sound would continue normally, and closing the program and reopening it wouldn't fix it either, would have the same looping video, had to restart PC to fix it. Also my computer started freezing altogether when playing games and stuff.
3. Just starting last night I've had this happen a few times, I would be playing FFXI Online and watching a video, 2nd time it happened when only playing FFXI, but I would be playing and the screen would suddenly dim for a moment and the computer would be frozen, nothing on the keyboard would work, but the sound of the video from the media player kept going, also it would continue to dim every 5 seconds and if i pushed buttons the PC speaker would beep.
Please someone tell me if they have the slightest idea what is wrong with this machine.
OS: Windows Vista Ultimate 64-bit
MOBO: ASUS M3N72-D (AM2+ Socket) CPU: AMD Phenom II 965 x4 Memory: 2GBx2 800 DDR2 Ram
HDD: 320GB (298GB) WDC WD3200AAKS SATA HDD2: 1TB WDC WD1001FALS SATA
Video: 8600GT OC Sound: SoundBlaster X-Fi Xtreme Audio PSU: Thermaltake Toughpower 750W