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Ever had Adobe Updater Crash your PC in the middle of an OC test?

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I left my PC running IBT, just 5 runs at max stress 8 threads with my i7 930 set at 3.8 GHz, which has been stable through countless Prime 95, LinX, IBT runs. When I left, 2 runs were complete and max temps so far on the hottest core were 70, which is about right for my setup. When I returned, the PC had restarted and as soon as I logged in, Adobe Updater popped up to prompt me for an update. When I left, the only things running were CoreTemp, CPU-Z, Hardware Monitor, and IBT. Given the known stability of my overclock, I'm assuming that the Adobe update was too much for it since I was set to max RAM in IBT.

Do you think that Adobe "stole" some memory and crashed it? I checked Event Viewer and this is what I got, in order:
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Event 41, Kernel Power: The system has rebooted without cleanly shutting down first. This error could be caused if the system stopped responding, crashed, or lost power unexpectedly.

Event 6008, Event Log: The previous system shutdown at 12:42:28 PM on ‎3/‎5/‎2011 was unexpected.

Event 1000, BugCheck: The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x000000d1 (0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000002, 0x0000000000000008, 0x0000000000000000). A full dump was not saved.

Event 1004, BugCheck: Unable to move dump file from the temporary location to the final location.
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I left my PC running IBT, just 5 runs at max stress 8 threads with my i7 930 set at 3.8 GHz, which has been stable through countless Prime 95, LinX, IBT runs. When I left, 2 runs were complete and max temps so far on the hottest core were 70, which is about right for my setup. When I returned, the PC had restarted and as soon as I logged in, Adobe Updater popped up to prompt me for an update. When I left, the only things running were CoreTemp, CPU-Z, Hardware Monitor, and IBT. Given the known stability of my overclock, I'm assuming that the Adobe update was too much for it since I was set to max RAM in IBT.

Do you think that Adobe "stole" some memory and crashed it? I checked Event Viewer and this is what I got, in order:

most likely it was down to the adobe updater if all of your ram was dedicated to the test
    
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