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Doing things it's not supposed to do at random is not something a computer is supposed to do; it sounds like it's unstable and that this is visible at least by trying CS3. You can absolutely try a nicer videocard and hope for more stability that way; certainly by borrowing one first, but it also sounds like the system in general has timing/memory voltage issues which an experienced system builder can get in and remedy. Catalog those symptoms formally so they can work faster if you do in fact get such a smart kid or technician's time soon enough (or you can try your hand if you have time and read Ars Technica or such with FlashBlock on.)
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
Could be a power supply issue, get a more powerful power supply unit.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
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