The problem you told here is simply an issue of the system resolution configuration and because of those resolutions this type of problem arises. The solution for this is that you can set your system screen resolution again and then check this happens again or not. Now how to check your resolutions is by this way:
Right click on your desktop and then choose properties from the menu.
Then you see a window open in front of you having many tabs. You can choose system tab from there.
Then you will see an option of screen resolution having a bar. You can change that bar and fix it to 800 by 600 pixels or 640 by 800 pixels.
When you changed it press apply and then ok.
After following these steps you can restart your computer.
These are the steps which helps you a lot to check out your resolutions and then you can set as written above. I hope your problem will be surely solved.
As I analyzed the situation of your problem is that during running the system, suddenly BLUE SCREEN appear and then system restart.
To help you in that problem I need some specific information about the blue screen appear in your screen. Because there are many possibilities why you encounter this kind of problem it might be your hardware functioning poorly, hardware driver that incompatible with your hardware, and corrupted system files.
Please follow my basic instruction on how you can handle or isolate this problem. Ok, first as we know your pc specification has an 80 GB of hard disk, 1 GB ram and 3 GHz processor which has moderately old.
The best option of these this kind of problem is to check first the file error and parameter error which can be found in the blue screen or what we called (BSOD) “Blue Screen of Death”.
The blue screen sometimes thus not behave that depends on what kind of error appears in screen. If the blue screen you saw is steady then it’s not hard to locate the error code while if blue screen appears for a second in your screen just take snapshot using your digital camera.
Just don’t hesitate first to touch your pc hardware before not taking some little information in BSOD file error and parameter error to prevent damage in your pc hardware.
As the a sample below blue screen, our main focus here is check first file name “tcpip.sys” and secondly a parameter error which is STOP:0x100000d1.
Please send as back the technical information about the blue screen file error and parameter error encounter before doing great solutions of this problem.
In Microsoft Windows XP, by default, the operating system will restart automatically when the system stopped unexpectedly. The blue screen error, on the other hand, can happen due to several reasons. Both the blue screen and the sudden restarting of the machine don’t happen in tandem always. There are times the system may suddenly restart but you might not see the blue screen.
But if you disable the option “Automatically restart”, in case of system failure, your computer will not reboot but you will definitely see the blue screen.
Now, in the case of the blue screen, it can happen for several reasons. One is a hardware change. If you installed a new hardware or new device, the driver you installed for the device might be causing this problem. If you installed a new hardware before the blue screen happened, you need to uninstall its driver.
If you need to use the new device, you need to install an updated driver or a different older driver that supports Windows XP. Another reason can be a new application you installed. If the blue screen appeared after you installed an application, you need to uninstall it to fix the problem.
If you need to use the application, you need to install the latest version that supports Windows XP. In case it is the latest version that caught the blue screen error, try installing an older version of the program that is compatible with Windows XP. Also, since you’ve installed Windows XP Service Pack 2, you should upgrade your operating system to Windows XP Service Pack 3.
This is the latest and last Service Pack update for Microsoft Windows XP.