Computer turns off automatically during the game Farmville, but did ' t it happened while I play another type of game such as online game

Someone help me please!

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Click Start > type in the search box > display the event log > click on the result and to identify any error and criticism during the time that you are having crashes on your machine.

If you can post back with events, we can narrow down the cause of the problem.

Also could you identify which version of Windows and Web browser that you use in this case?

Is your web site updated the browser extensions?

Is your video card drivers updated?

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