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Blue screen display

A blue screen displays while i'm on my computer while i'm checking my email or surfing the net....what is causing this. it seems to load up fine but while doing something it pops up and i have to reboot my computer i order for me to continue what i was doing....i'm not sure if my broadband adapter is causing this or what. help me please.

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Re: blue screen display

Check the memory of your computer. this could cause blue screen display. Be sure to check also the cooling fan for microprocessor and video card cooling fan if it is working. Sometimes it cause blue screen and needs to re-start your computer. If you have two slot of mem that is occupied then, you can remove one and leave the other one. Be sure to power off your computer before doing this. Then turn on your computer and try to observe it. If the problem still exist then do the same with the other memory and check it again. I hope that these could help your problem.

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