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This sounds like your video drivers are corrupted.
Find the newest drivers and install them. ATI, nVidia or Foxconn sites will have the latest drivers. If that doesn't help look for a possible heat event...check the log in the BIOS. If you have a mainboard that has heat protection monitoring, check the settings. Clean out the CPU fan and the heat sync...with Blow Off canned air...Hope this helps you...good luck
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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