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REBOOTS ITSELF, USUALLY WHEN TRYING TO OPEN A DIFFERENT SITE OR WHEN THE VIDEO PAUSES

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You may need more RAM on your computer. In addition to it, optimize your browser, repair registry, manage services and optimize your internet using some reliable program such as Reginout Utility. Thanks

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Try replacing the CMOS battery inside the computer. It is the power proccesser.

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The 6 beeps on the computer suggest a video card BIOS failure.
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