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Go to computer>system properties>device manager, or search through the control panel menus for device manager. in device manager, click on each "+" to expand your hardware views, looking for a red "x" or a yellow "!", which would signify a hardware problem. if you find any "x"'s or "!"'s, then you will need to either disable those devices or reinstall the drivers for them. if this does not fix it, then you probably have a defective video card or network card.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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