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First turn off your pc, open the right panel of your mobo and locate the memory and clean it with an eraser, a pencil eraser. then turn on your pc.
if the problem goes again, reset your processor and clean your processor socket with a paint brush and your processor with an eraser, a pencil eraser, be sure to touch gently the processor. then turn on your pc, and see if it backs to normal again.
if the problem persist, just reformat your hardisk and make a backup of your important files.
Note: if you don't know how to do one of these tips, just have your pc repair by a professional computer technician.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
you need to reinstall your windows, because your computer problem is dumping disk that cause your windows corrupt
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