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XPS M140 freezes and unfreezes

I have a Dell XPSM140 and it constantly freezes and unfreezes whether i'm just moving the mouse or watching a movie. It only lasts for like 4-5 seconds but it is really annoying. Halp please. Thanx

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I'd suggest that you may need more video ram. What's the existing amount you have? Should be in device manager under system, under control panel

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