Posted 20 January 2006 - 06:41 PM
This is most likely a resource problem (which may, or may not be RAM related).
Unfortunately, the first step is all too common - first scan for viruses and spyware - using updated definitions for these programs.
Try observing your RAM usage in Task Manager's Performance tab (Ctrl - Alt - Del) and seeing what happens with your RAM when it happens.
Resource problems can also be caused by your CPU, your Video Card, etc.
A good way to check this is to temporarily disable everything that you can that's running on your system (both open programs, programs in your system tray, and open processes) - and then see if the problem still exists.
If it goes away - you may need to upgrade some system components. If it doesn't go away - further troubleshooting is probably called for.
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