|07 Nov 2012||#12|
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Hey again, So After taking the last step the problem still continued for a while, then I decided to try changing my RAM, It turned out the problem was not "Faulty" Ram but rather "Incompatible" Ram, So i upgraded my Ram to Kingston which runs at 1600mhz and the problem stopped all together, So it seems sometimes you could be looking in the wrong place.
Anyway Hope this helps others who may have a similar problem.
Thanks for all your help again.
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