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At first, I suspected the built-in disk cleanup wizard. The wizard could be kicking in, and you have a buggy cleanup extension installed. But I don't see how that would affect the video.

The video driver could be crashing. IIRC starting with XP SP2, the system can recover from a crashed video driver without bluescreening. (I know Vista does this, I'm not positive but I think XP can too.) Update the video driver and see if that helps.

--Mike--

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