Question about Gateway E-4300 PC Desktop
No applicable errors in event log. No blue screen errors.
Sounds like a virus... But other than that, I suggest go to you bios and check for errors from the cmos. Also, see if you have a bad hardware. I am also thinking you have 2 different memory which is not compatible with your system. If you see everything okay, then its definitely a virus and just do a system restore to the oldest time you have your system good and that should let you do you thing. Also, backup your system before doing everything I told you.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
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