first let me thank you for your fast response.
I am actually waiting on my next paycheck(this thursday) and i'm going to purchase at least 2 gigs of ram, an amd 2 core processor, a nice 600w power supply, a new case with way better ventilation than my current (I have the side of my case off with a fan directly on my pc), and the rest I can upgrade later as I have a 7600GT which will suffice for now and my cpu fan isnt the stock fan but a nice $25 one.
as for drivers well I was on an earlier gpu driver when it was crashing before so i updated to the most recent and that didn't help. it might be my psu as it was somewhat of a cheap one though it had alot of good reviews.
I will keep testing to see what it might be but thank you for the help
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