Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
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Well, this could be a RAM problems, or cache on BIOS.
You can try movin one RAM, from slot, and clean the contacts with a rubber (CAREFULLY) and then put it again. Try one first, and then put the other, (depending in how many DIMMS you have)
another, try updating your video drivers and download fixes for your XP edition.
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