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Try to boot in safe mode F8 and run scandisk and defrag from system tools, then try to boot again and see if that fixed it. If not it may be a Virus, I highly doubt it's a hardware issue, but if it is it's most likey a bad memory module, so if you have more than one module you will want to take them out one at a time and see if that fixes it. But first try the safe mode boot.
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