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My pc has suddenly developed a strange fault. After about 5 hours of normal use, the screen scrambles and the machine crashes or the screen goes blue then dies. Sometimes it will restart with a disk scan. sometimes it takes a few tries before it will reboot only to crash again after a few minutes. I have blown out all the dust from both the CPU and Grpghis chip coolers but the problem persists. I have Norton Anti-virus installed and is updated. No new software has been installed for over a month. I have bluetooth keyboard and mouse.

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First check monitor with other system after making it sure that its not faulty then check for RAM module

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