PC Freezing up 2

  meater 13:13 27 May 03

Although I closed my previous subject on PC Freezing up, and which I thought I had rectified it, I was wrong. Can anybody help me on this.

Its on Windows XP Pro. and it freezes up, sometimes in 10 minutes, another time it will go on much longer. I have checked the temperature, and the fans, there are 3 fans in the case, and they are all working. Somebody said that the PSU could be giving out the wrong voltage. Would any electrical interference from some source effect it? I used it on normal programs for over 3 hours and it was OK, would the problem be caused when using the internet on NTL Cable?
I would be grateful for any advice on this problem, as it has not always been like this.

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