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Windows 7: Problem with Non-plug and play drivers [stop responding]

19 Jun 2011   #11
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Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit

I used to have the same problem before

and it was due to lack of ventilation, so I opened the case and the problem never happened again
suddenly it appeared again though the room is cold.

i'm going to try the repair now hoping it will solve the problem.

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