A few weeks ago, i tried to install a 320 GB Seagate hard drive. After i installed it, my computer began to restart randomly. I decided it would be a good idea to open my computer, and yank out the hard drive. (I don't know as much about computers as I thought I did.) After that, the computer wouldnt even get to windows. I finally figured it out, moved the jumper, and got it to boot up windows. It still restarts, though. I've run a virus scan and an adware/spyware scan. Tonight I'm going to do the updates that I should have done a while ago, including updating my virus scanner. If that doesn't work, the only other thing i can think of is replacing the Hard Drive cable... maybe I bent or broke something when I was installing the 2nd Hard Drive? I'd love some input as to what could be the problem.
Other helpful info:
-I have 4 fans in my computer, so it's not overheating.
-The Seagate hard drive was a second hard drive, because my 1st one was getting filled up.
-The two hard drives are made by different companies.