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Since cleaning my computer and removing quite abit of dust, my computer has been failing to load, it is quite a old computer but havnt had any problems with it, anyways..


After i load up and clck on an account i want to log onto (Admin Account) my computer goes black and i can only see the cursor,

at first i thought it was a virus, so as you do.. i go to AVG where that is saying "No components recognised"..


Not much known about my computer so ill lift what i know..


Os - Win7 64bit SP1

CPU - Intel Core 2 Duo E7400 @ 2.80GHz

RAM - 4.00GB Dual-Channel DDr2 @ 398MHz (5-5-5-18)

Motherboard - IP35 Pro XE (Intel P35-ICH9R) (Socket 775)

Graphics Card - 1024MB AI Raeon 4890 (XFX Pine Group)

Storage - 200GB Sata and 500GB external


My graphics card seems to be crashing my computer at 76 Degrees according to "Speccy" program, if anyone can help me by telling me what i can do to decrease it, i will be very grateful.



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Have you tried booting into Safe Mode.


With the computer disconnected from the power outlet, ground yourself on a bare piece of metal on the case or PSU, remove and reseat securely the memory and the video card and ensure that all internal connections to the HDDs etc are securely connected, reassemble and test.


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