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You need to read the blue screen it will tell you what is causing the problem with the. most often this is caused by faulty RAM. but should you not be able to find the fault try re-installing your operating system. that in most cases will solve the problem, unless the problem is hardware related.
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
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