yeah that would be a virus. they have command that will reset your computer after 50 or so executions. press controll alt delete and go to process and than go to start search and search everthing program that you dont know. Or you could get a anti virus program So here's what I would do, when faced with a randomly rebooting computer:
-Yes, I would consider upgrading to Windows XP, if the machine was capable of it.
-Make sure that anti-virus and anti-spyware utilities are running and up-to-date.
-Make sure that the operating system and all device drivers are as up-to-date as possible.
-Run a memory diagnostic such as Memtest86 or Windows memory Diagnostic.
-Run a hard disk diagnostic such as SpinRite.
cause its probs got a virus
It really depends on what virus you got on your computer. If the virus is aimed to disable your audio then yes a computer virus can cause your audio to not work.
No It wont cause Computer viruses.
Any website can cause a virus to be placed in your computer. I highly doubt it, but twitter could have given you a virus.
Yes by downloading Virus cleaner and block the cause of the virus
a virus has a corrupted program or file which when enters your computer will cause damage
byhat the proplems or cause's are