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Computer stops completely

My computer is pentium 4, XP Professional. My problem is sometimes the machine just black out completely and when I surf the net, it freezes and the cpu works 100%. Please help.


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Re: Computer stops completely

It could be low memory, to much clutter,etc...

I would consider a reformat.

Posted on Oct 19, 2007

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