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Old 05-06-2014, 10:38 PM   #1
koolA1dmann
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Help Me

Before i go and call HP i wanna see if a forums page can help idk
my computer is running slowly idk if its from use over time (everyday) but when i first got it the computer was running beautifully now after several games later most of the games i play crash
in my head several possibilities occur
1:Overheating
2:Burnt out ram stick
please help me
i have an hp pavilion 15 specs include
750gigs hard drive
2.9ghrz
4gigs ram
running windows 8
amd 16 elite
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Old 05-06-2014, 11:51 PM   #2
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Before i go and call HP i wanna see if a forums page can help idk
my computer is running slowly idk if its from use over time (everyday) but when i first got it the computer was running beautifully now after several games later most of the games i play crash
in my head several possibilities occur
1:Overheating
2:Burnt out ram stick
please help me
i have an hp pavilion 15 specs include
750gigs hard drive
2.9ghrz
4gigs ram
running windows 8
amd 16 elite
mate i'd love to help you but i just don't know enough, but from what i have read on here in many prior posts , i'm havin a guess that the psu is failing to supply enough power, and i'm guessin again but i would think if 1 of your ram sticks was failing or failed it would fault you and wouldn't boot up, i'm by no means sure and there are many here that will tell you the causes, and hope you get it sorted
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Old 05-06-2014, 11:59 PM   #3
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Run a few tests -- ie, download Prime95 or OCCTPT linpack stress test program, and start it. If the computer shuts down a few minutes after that, it's overheating and/or bad PSU. If it bluescreens, it's bad ram.
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