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I have been having this problem recently. My friend says this is because of my driver update, but I'm not too sure. So the problem is this, I start downloading a torrent, I usually leave it over night. In the morning when I check on it, my computer screen shows it completely frozen, my mouse can't move at all. And I saw the task bar and it showed 7:50 around, and it has been doing the same thing around the same time. Then I have to force shut down, and turn it back up. I'm not too sure on what to do.
Motherboard - P5NSLI
Processor - Intel Core 2 Duo E4500
Video Card - 8600 GT Geforce
Memory - 4 sticks of 1g
Hard Drives - Seagate 300g and Seagate 180g

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And not only bittorrent, if I'm just downloading from my browser, my computer crashes sometimes too.

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Look in Control Panel/Admin Tools/Event viewer for System or application errors.
Chkdsk and defrag may help.
Are your virus definitions and anti spyware apps to date and scanning?

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Does this have to do with my problem?
TCP/IP has reached the security limit imposed on the number of concurrent TCP connect attempts.
I saw in the Event Viewer

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