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Ok heres the new deal. That speedfan messed up my computer even after i uninstalled it it was over heating uncontrolably so i formated and reinstalled. Then i took aparty my computer completley and cleaned so it looks bron new. no dust or anything. now the over heating is good. but the computer is still runing pretty much slow. Now we can start on a new slate. BTW. do memory sticks have drivers? and what should i do now:)
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Ok i just figured out how to run memtest and did it. also did a windows memory diagnostic called windiag and both came out without errors. (btw i think its easyer to burn an iso using cdburn with the windows 2003 resourse kit). But ive been monitoring my computer using pc wizard and relized that everyime i do something my cpu core loads skyrocket both to 100% and my computer lags. so the problem might be cpu base and still a little over heating based. With testing and information from others its defenetly not a memory problem or a hardrive problem.
its either video card
or cpu
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