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October 24th, 2012, 18:35
Well, I think problem is solved now, or at least much improved…. I found that most people who have something similiar to this problem take out their ram and insert it again, the case was completey dust free and the ram was seated very well so I really wounder if that solved the problem or if it was that I also switched powerplug and cable… computer is also faster than before now These machines are really weird. Remains to be seen if it permanently solved or if problem would come back though.
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