Thanks for Finally answering!!! lol Just kidding just kidding, I know it can take a while to get an answer on this forum but I guess I was being a little impatient at the time, and I know you guys do care. I tell ya I'd be lost with certain computer stuff if it wasn't for everyone on this site.
But back on topic as far as your suggestion Hamluis I really don't want to risk messing with my registry right now because system restore and system recovery doesn't work right now (My fault since I accidentally deleted a .sys file with advanced system care a lil while ago, that is required to properly run both of those windows programs.
I think the problem might be that my thumb drive is overheating and because of that, when the thumbdrive crashes it makes windows restart? Just a guess because it only happens when it has been plugged in for a long time and is very hot.
I'll try you suggestion hamluis after I reformat my drive but that might be a little while because updating windows xp and all the other crap I would have to re-update takes days with a dial up connection. I've become pretty comfortable with editing my registry and I know what I'm doing but without being able to make a checkpoint or recovery backup I'll wait on that as of this very moment.
Thanks for answering and for the info that I'll try after reformatting, if I haven't figured out why this is happening by then.
Edited by ghead, 22 June 2010 - 11:17 AM.