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Power Supply Replacement ?

I added a 400 watt power supply to a system that had a 150 watt power supply in it ! It was from an 700 mhz celeron Comp USA Home Series Computer --- Everything works fine except, I keep getting these dialog boxes stating that, this program has preformed an illegal operation and will be shut down --
If the problem persist contact the program vendo.
Do you think this error is in association with the power supply or could it be the computer has another conflict-- It almost impossible to find a compatable supply because its a mini atx supply and the Comp Usa replacement is 109 dollars. Any technical input would be helpful ---
Thanks

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Your issue appears to be a software related problem, not hardware. The programs running at the time of the error message need to be looked at.

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"Generally Malware"

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In just about all cases of the cited error, by running Ad-Aware 6, The error goes away. It seems to be a problem when one goes on the internet.
Norm

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