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System reboots I installed an AMD A64x2 2 gig ddr2 Have a 450 pw 20pin. system boots into bios setup, but within a minute video shuts off. Booted to windows, but after a few seconds a blue screen with print flashes on screen then system restarts, shows ABIT screen then Video shuts off.

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  • scprotz Dec 31, 2008

    After a recent update of Windows and also loading the NVidia driver (From their website) I have the same problem...I did both at the same time, and so am not sure which one is causing the problem. The computer blue screens within about 10 seconds of reboot and flashes so fast that I can't see the error...suggestions?

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Blue screen usually means memory problem or critical hardware conflict. You could have a damaged memory module, or dust might be on the way of the memory.

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