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Just Restart the OS and check coolers and basically the temperature of the system. Either you have problems with that or a piece of hardware has problems, HD or RAM. But first thing first, Reinstall OS. That can happen because of almost thousand reasons... so Good Luck
(if you are clueless on this, take your computer to a technician, is that so expensive?)
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
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