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    Computer Freezes

    Hello guys,

    Ive had this problem for a while now, my computer randomly freezes and i cant perform any actions anymore, ctr-alt-del doesnt work anymore so it require's a hard shut down. Sometimes this happens 1 time in a month and other days it does it 3 times a day. It is realy annoying. I wouldnt say there is a real pattern but most of the time it happens when i play LoL but ive had it occur aswell just surfing on the internet. Im not realy a computer genius/technician but id like to be able to solve the problem myself before having to bring it in for repair.

    Some of my computer specs are (im just going to read them from computer propperties):

    - Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU [email protected] GHz 3.06GHz
    -RAM: 6.00 GB (3.99GB available)
    Type system: 64 bit
    -Windows 7 Home Premium
    -grafic card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480

    Im sorry for typo's ect but english isnt my main language. I hope you can help i would realy appriciate it
    Last edited by Nympharia; 2012-12-19 at 12:47 PM.

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    woah i have the exact same problem but with WoW... 3.5 dual core ghz. asus motherboard. Nvidia gtx 250. 8gb ram.
    Ive done everything possible to try and fix it. reset CMOS, vacume all the fan's the grapich cars fan's inside of the pc. Ive runned search for error and selffixes defrags AVG - super anti spyware. windos vista.

    it randomly started to happen..... last from 1sec to 5min.

    " A single dream is more powerful than a thousand realities "

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    the problem is mine recruires a manual shut down :/

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    Have this problem as well, just hoovered out the dust from the inside of the computer, hoping that it'll help

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    Do i just clean out the dus with a vacuum cleaner or just blow it out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nympharia View Post
    Do i just clean out the dus with a vacuum cleaner or just blow it out?
    I'd recommend using an air-duster and spraying around all the dusty areas. The Gtx 480 runs hot, and I'd probably recommend some cooling fans to support if you plan on having a long lifespan of the card for awhile.

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