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25 Feb 2010  
Joyfullydoomed

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

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... well it could be over heating but I don't see how. I JUST updated to Windows 7 and while using Windows XP I had NO similar problems.
Really does sound like overheating. Win 7 taxes your hardware more than XP so is to be expected. download gpu-z, and cpu-z (both free) to keep an eye on the temps

Ken
Thanks. I got those and I'm monitoring the temperatures. Is there any way to fix this if it is an overheating problem? Also, at what temperature should I start worrying?
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