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Hang-up my computer will hang after a few minutes of use.. i suspected the CPU maybe it will get heat easy so i put some thermal paste in the heat sink.. i already test the memory card, power supply, video card and i already format the hard disk.. but still the problem goes on..

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  • sohcahtoa Dec 19, 2008

    ok i'll try that one..

  • sohcahtoa Jan 05, 2009

    good day juremeh.. the solution you post earlier still not working..


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Hello. try to find original manual and check & try to set jumpers. Before that remove the battery and put it back in if you didnt try that, so the mboard will reset. hope helped any

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