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I'd be grateful for any help I can get regarding this matter.
I cannot use windows update/downloads as I get a white screen.
I cannot use my McAfee because when I load it, it shows only a white screen.
I cannot reformat, as it tells me that there is no disk present.
Here is my system info:

AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+
Windows XP Home Edition SP3 (Build 2600)
CPU Arch : 1 CPU - 2 Cores - 2 Threads
CPU PSN : AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 6000+
CPU EXT : MMX(+), 3DNow!(+), SSE (1, 2, 3), x86-64, AMD-V
CPUID : F.3.3 / Extended : F.43
CPU Cache : L1 : 2 x 64 / 2 x 64 KB - L2 : 2 x 1024 KB
Core : Windsor (90 nm) / Stepping : JH-F3

Freq : 3013.98 MHz (200.93 * 15)
MB Brand : Biostar
MB Model : N61PB-M2S
NB : NVIDIA MCP61 rev A3
SB : NVIDIA MCP61 rev A2

GPU Type : NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTS
GPU Clocks : Core 513 MHz / RAM 792 MHz
DirectX Version : 9.0c

RAM : 2048 MB DDR2 Single Channel
RAM Speed : 376.7 MHz (Unknown) @ 5-5-5-15
Slot 1 : 2048MB (6400)
Slot 1 Manufacturer : G.Skill

PCI Devices

Description RAM Memory Controller
Location bus 0 (0x00), device 0 (0x00), function 0 (0x00)

Anyone have a solution?
Grateful for any useful information.
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Hi txlajett :D sorry to hear you are having this issue!
You need to provide a bit more information about your computer, this includes is it
a laptop or desktop, is it a custom build or brand name such as Dell or HP and if
it is provide the model name or series number, if it is a desktop providing the PSU
details such as the make and power output would also help others to help you better.
A couple of possible causes could be a failing PSU or Ram, over heating, OS issues or
malware/virus infection.

EDIT: If you havn`t already checked your system for malware I suggest you follow the self help guide here http://www.geekstogo...cleaning-guide/ if after following the guide you find you still have a malware issue you can start a new topic on the issue at the malware forum but please do not post the details here it is not appropriate.
If you follow any remedial steps at this thread provide the malware forum with a link to here so they can see what steps have been taken.

Edited by phillpower2, 25 November 2010 - 01:26 PM.

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