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I install window xp new version. and it was complete when it was loading the screen where it says window xp and it has the lil blur bar when its running the screen went dim.so the screen just freeze.can you help with this problem.

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It could be a ram problem, I had something similar happen. Download the latest version of memtest86+ from www.filehippo.com and let it run for a while and see if there is any problems, work with individual slices and try them in both slots, as you can have a port go faulty as well.

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