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Default Odd things with new Case/HDD

So I got a new case, pretty nifty basic case (I'm a fan of the basic stuff, its stainless steel, its nice) ..And a new 300GB HDD.

So I copy my old HDD to the new one, everythings nice and hooked up, but I noticed that sometimes when the computer is booted I'll see a bunch of artifacts (sometimes only one or two) ..and my computer kept restarting itself once I logged into windows (untill I ran Check Disk, its since stopped)

are these giant warning signs of anything? Or did I just knock some of my ram loose when switching cases?

I'm also using onboard video for the first time today, sold my 8600GT, getting a 8800GT.. Maybe this is a side effect of that? Didn't notice anything odd before I switched cases though.
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