Question about Computers & Internet
>> Remove the Ram from mother board
>> Gently clean the Ram
>> Re-insert the ram
>> Check the Graphic drivers (I mean display drivers)
>> Un-install and re-install it.
>> Try playing videos.
It may help.
Posted on Mar 30, 2014
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