Question about ASUS P5KPL-AM SE Motherboard
Have a system maintenance, clean-up unnecessary files, defragment your drives and have a full virus scan. If you encounter a blue screen then one of the computer hardware's is messing up. Remove newly installed hardware in your computer. If problem persist, replace your power supply unit with a higher wattage rate.
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