I'm pretty sure I got ripped off, but I need some confirmation and help on how to deal with the situation. I had posted recently that I got my Gigabyte 7VRXP board replaced with a crappy KM400-M2. For few days, I did not notice I was getting no audio. Swearing I had a soundcard, but being unable to find one connected (you can see my thread under the CPU/Chipboards in this forum), I searched the support CD for my new motherboard and installed a Realtek AC97. Soon after this, my computer kept on shutting down and rebooting over and over again, improperly, without going to my desktop. I should mention I run WinME (I know...it sucks....I'm going to upgrade) but, stupid me, I broght it back to the tech and she kept if for 2 days and said nothings wrong with the power supply and motherboard (which I just had replaced---both were apparently screwed simultaneously....yeah right!) and it was SPYWARE!! I was just dumbfounded. Spyware can't do that....can it? I run AdAware every month or two, I have a valid subscription of both ZoneAlarm PRO and Norton AV. She charged me $50 for the labour...I know, I'm a sucker. I plugged it in when I got home, and it still kept on rebooting!! So it wasn't the spyware after all (if I had any)...but miraculously, my computer is now working properly, and I have no proof that her spyware clearing didn't solve my problem. I just wanted some opinions on what you thought could've caused my rebooting problems, and why, now my computer seems stable, when I haven't done anything to it. I apologize again....I'm not a tech, so I dont' know all the lingo to properly express myself. Thanks!