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Permanent Freezing of Computer

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#1 andrei901


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Posted 22 March 2009 - 07:35 PM

So I recently dug an old computer out of my basement, and started it up. The computer works fine, except that it occasionally freezes and stops working. This has to be a hardware issue, since reformatting did not help. I tried replacing the graphics card and the power block, but that didn't do anything either. Has anyone had this happen before, and does anyone have any idea as to how to fix this?

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