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The most likely reason for this is overheating and/or loose RAM modules. Be sure to raise the rear of the laptop off the surface of the table to allow greater air to flow through the system. Check that the RAM modules are indeed installed, take them out clean the gold finger connectors with tissue paper and then reinsert them.
Posted on May 28, 2011
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