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Computer turns off then on after first boot

Whenever i turn on my computer i get two short beeps
then when i log in for the first time its fine untill i open up an app such as internet explorer it lags, freezes, then turns off my monitor
then i get a blue screen then my computer re boots
afterthat second boot its usually fine
whats wrong?
im thinking its the agp slot but im not sure please email me

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2 beeps is memory issues.  Either your RAM is bad or the Video card is bad.  If you are getting the BSOD, blue screen of death, then I would take out all your RAM and start it up with a single stick, so you can find out what stick is bad.  If you only have 1 stick, replace it.  I say to do the memory first, because it is the cheaper fix.  

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