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computerwiz12890

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From what I see in the log, I suspect either a RAM problem or an infection.

Please download Memtest86+ from http://www.memtest86...t86-3.2.iso.zip

It must be burned to a CD. Afterwords, you can put the CD in and then boot from it. Run the test cycle. The cycle will repeat over and over as long as you let it. Let it run for at least 2 hours.

Let me know if it finds any errors.
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I think everything is working!!! ^^
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Really?? Interesting. All you did was the memtest86 program? Did it find anything wrong?
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