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Question please respond to sebojoe@sbcglobal.net My internet explorer keeps closing, and the blue screen that says dumping memory shows up at different times,and recently my poker program just closed.in the middle of play.sometimes the system will run a day no problem.

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Hello,

You should have your computer's RAM checked for problems. It sounds like you may have a stick that has gone bad. You can run a test yourself by downloading memtest, or you can have a local tech take a look at it.

You can find a CD image for memtest here: http://www.memtest.org/#downiso

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