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Posted by Anonymous on
Try checking your power supply, Ram and video card, I have experienced this kind of problem with one of my client and the result is that my client has a faulty ram/memory. I replaced it with a new one and it worked like new again. But in your case I'm not sure what is the exact problem, the thing you can do is checked those three parts that I've mentioned. hope this helps.
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