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nightmareus

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Ok recently my computer has been acting up really bad, I have restored my computer early this morning
and then i reinstalled all drivers etc etc, now heres what my problem is whenever i go on youtube or any other
media site after say a min into the videos I watch the computer freezes, now if i try to do ctrl+alt+del nothing happen,s if i click my mouse my computer makes this beeping sound which doesnt stop until i manually restart my computer, my other problem is that my internet constantly goes out im going to call my isp and have them fix the problem but what I want to know is that are my net d/cing and my computer freezing related and if not then what can I do to fix my problems, all of my drivers are update, flash, macromedia, and java installed,
virus scanned comes up with nothing I used AVG, took care of spyware with AVG spyware and lavasoft ad-aware but this problem continues to presist please give me some sort of help, please dont say stop going on youtube its getting old.

I MEANT THIS TO BE IN THE WINDOWS XP AREA SORRY!

Edited by nightmareus, 28 January 2007 - 04:18 PM.

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You may have a heat problem which doesn't show up until the CPU has to work hard. I'd say open up your case and make sure your fans are working, maybe dust off the CPU cooler. A continuing heat problem could damage the CPU, so it's important that this possibiliy be checked out..
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yea I bought those air in a can and cleaned out my fans but the problem is still their
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