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Screen crashes Occasionally my computer crashes (freezes) There are several vertical lines down the screen seems to me that either something get overloaded or that something somewhere on here is incompatible. Any thoughts or suggestions will be greatly appreciated Thanks in advance Jeffinhedon

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Re: screen crashes

Seems like a problem with the graphics card or the memory in ur system. try cleaning and reseating the graphics cad and the ram.

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