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Screen problem The mouse stops moving while I am bussy working and as soon as the mouse does this the sreen become dark in certain sections of the sreen. To resolve this problem I have to restart the computer and this problem occurs about every5 minutes.

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Hi, if everything is still original with no add-ons or upgrades, then it is most likely that one of your memory is failing. Your computer has a built-in video card that shares memory system. Then replacing the memory should do the trick. However, I must caution you that your particular brand/model has certain limitations to the type/size/speed of memory. You should probably consult a qualified service personnel/professional since this involves opening the case. Should you want to do this yourself, a step by step instruction is available at http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/opgx110/ens/sm/remms.htm. Hope this be of some help. Good luck.

Posted on Apr 24, 2007

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