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computer shuts down unexpetly when using AIM


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#1 simps

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Posted 02 May 2006 - 08:12 PM

Sometimes when I am using AIM my computer will go to a blue screen and says something like i am out of memory or somthing like that. Then it goes into a restart mode, but that takes longer than usual. Then sometimes when the computer is starting up it goes through of this self check thing that has three different stages.

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#2 Juliet

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Posted 03 May 2006 - 07:51 AM

i am out of memory

What are your computer spec's?

starting up it goes through of this self check thing that has three different stages.

Sounds like you have chkdsk in the startups folder in msconfig.....
If you use the selective mode for start ups you can disable several things and boot faster and probably eliminate poor performance.
How to use MSCONFIG

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