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Temp AND humidity play a factor. You may have to either run a small heater near the PC which is not practical, or change the room that it is in. Also, even though it sounds silly, see how many plugs are connecting to the socket nearby. If there is alot, reduce the amount by atleast 50%
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
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