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Hi,

1. Try a System Restore
2. Remove all PCI cards, uninstall all 3rd party H/W and S/W
3. Try reinstalling all the drivers in the right order
4. Run diags on Memory
5. Try a PC Restorex
6. If all these fails, you could suspected memory

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