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Memory management error

When i switch on pc,the letters are overlapped with one another and it is all mixed up..

then after that an error comes in blue screen..that c:\drivers\system32\........these kind of files are corrupt...and so a repair is needed...

i tried to FORMAT my pc,after which it was all well for few days.but after that,again all of a sudden,same problem occurred..now,even i cannot format my pc..when i switch it on,it starts and after some time,cpu automatically gets off...what to do??(while paying minimum cost...)

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Try scanning your hard drive, or problem may lie with your RAM.
Check with a specialist hardware vendor

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Have you recently installed some no hardware or drivers? What information is on the screen?

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I install windows xp on my pc....then while it was copying files...suddenly blue screen came and the error was memory management...i can't install windows xp...How do i fix this problem?

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It might be a low power, because of automatic shutting down some of the associate programs of windows will become currupted, try to replace your power supply.

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