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    I've really had it with windows (and it's not because
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  • jeaniesa
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  • Lucile Davis
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    by Lucile Davis
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  • jerry
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    by jerry
    Hi folks

    I'm Having a great deal of trouble with my computer locking up. It happens a lot when I'm in photoshop but it is also happening at other times even in screen saver mode.

    Here are the particulars. I recently added 256 ram (total 512 my max.) as suggested by some...
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