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My pc gets struck up suddenly forcing me to restart (windows xp

Hanging problem of the pc: My system suddenly getting hanging again i have to done restart but some times the problem is getting start before loading the windows, please advice me what to do

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Sounds like either a RAM or HDD issue. First thing is if you have 2 sticks of ram pull one out and see if it boots ok if not pull the other stick out and put first stick back in. If neither stick lets you boot then I would run a HDD test (some have them in bios) if you do not have it in bios boot windows into safe mode with command prompt and in command prompt type chkdsk /f

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