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Computer seems to be sputtering like when someone is driving a manual


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I assume, the first one is while playing video and the second one while computer idle?
I'm glad your sound problem has been fixed, but I still don't like PE readings - CPU usage too high.

I went back, and I could see, we left RAM testing in the middle of nowhere, since you had some booting problems.
Can you retry those tests?
I start to believe, you have some hardware problem, or system files are totally messed up after the infection.
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I did post logs from 1 ram at a time. Do we need to do more with the ram?
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Im thinking its system files or drivers are screwy, because i never had issues until i had a virus detection and started scanning everything and changing settings etc.
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Oh, OK, I got it.
Run memtest on EACH stick (instructions in my post #34)
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You may be right about system files, as I stated before.
Do you have stuff backed up?
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I decided to replace my power supply. I think that mine is bad. My problem is that my little brother took the old one out for me. But now when i put everything back together there must be something not right because the display doesnt come up when the computer is turned on. Everything seems to be running. But moniter is not detecting anything. Anyone able to help with this?
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