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Having problem with my palit 9600 1 gb ddr2

While playing games sometimes my pc is getting restarted showing a blue screen(something is written dere but cant read cause screen appears for 1sec or less).While playing FARCRY, after few minitues its graphic bocomes so bad that i cant even identify water or forest!
dere are few virus present in my hard disc.can u give me any solution?
my mother brd is intel DG31, RaM 2GB

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  • Jay Selway
    Jay Selway May 11, 2010

    Reboot the machine, and right click on my computer. Go into Properties, and select advanced. There should be 3 options, click the one relating to system failure and debugging, and then untick the box that says Automatically Restart.



    That should give you longer to read the 0x00000... code at the bottom of your blue screen so we can help further.

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Try to uninstall and reinstall again the video driver then try it again. If it has a virus then scan your computer using the antivirus program.

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