Question about PC Desktops
The PC is probably overheating. Open up the case. Get a can-o-air and spray out as much dust as you can. Or even better if you have a air compressor and a air sprayer attachment use that. Hopefully that fixes your issue, if it doesent it could be more major issues like bad ram or hard drve.
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
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