Question about Computers & Internet
This has 3 possible reasons
1.) your RAM has busted
2.) your video card is busted
3.) your power supply is busted
try to replace each part with a spare one to check which is causing the problem then get a new piece of that device
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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