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Hey guys! After posting in the HijackThis Logs Malware forum, it seems that m problem does not extend from malware. I was referred to this section, where I am hoping you guys can help me find a solution.

I was told my problem may be a "Memory Module" problem, because I constantly receive error messages that say something like "The memory 0xXXXXXX at address 0xXXXXXX could not be "read", click OK to terminate the application. I click OK and it pops up again with a different program, one that I hadn't even been using at the time. The "X" are for any random numbers or letters, because they are not always the same. This error occurs for all applications.

I've also noticed, when I open the task manager, I have several svchost.exe running, like around 6 processes of the same name. Some would be from SYSTEM, while others NETWORK SERVICE and LOCAL SERVICE.

Here is the link to my original thread, in the HijackThis logs section.

P.S. I was wondering, I also receive a System Failed VGA test, and it has been happening a lot more frequently lately. I get a blank screen, but here Windows start up in the background. Could this problem be related? It is very frustrating.
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