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Don't install updates! See if it runs fine without the updates since you just reinstalled
already did it right after i reinstalled
    
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First thing you want to do is shut the computer down, unplug the power cord and drain the power! (or you'll get the shock of your life)

If your worried about the warranty and the warranty doesn't allow you to open the case then I'd leave it to a tech. But if you know what your doing inside of the computer then continue by pulling out all sticks of RAM except for one and turn the PC back on to see if everything runs ok. For a better test put Memtest on a flash drive to test the RAM.
how do i drain the power? im sorry but im new to this, i dont even know if my warrant let me open the case :S
    
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Memory Test is firstly important.

Oh i notice you have such a big monitor, wouldn't having a 37 cause sort of resolution stress on a duo core? Just wondered guys, cuz he has a big monitor.
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Memory Test is firstly important.

Oh i notice you have such a big monitor, wouldn't having a 37 cause sort of resolution stress on a duo core? Just wondered guys, cuz he has a big monitor.
I have single cores with 512MB of RAM do fine on big screens, he should be ok.

As for the warranty, it should have a sticker over the back panel where it would slide off saying that if you open it it will void the warranty or something like that.

You can google the update that deals with the 1TB HDD's and just go unistall that one to see if it helps.

EDIT: you can probably just go to windows update and look at your update history to see if you have an update for your HDD installed or not
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Memory Test is firstly important.

Oh i notice you have such a big monitor, wouldn't having a 37 cause sort of resolution stress on a duo core? Just wondered guys, cuz he has a big monitor.
the duo is in my old comp..
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I have single cores with 512MB of RAM do fine on big screens, he should be ok.

As for the warranty, it should have a sticker over the back panel where it would slide off saying that if you open it it will void the warranty or something like that.

You can google the update that deals with the 1TB HDD's and just go unistall that one to see if it helps.
no sticker, well im going to test it now first, since its the first time i have installed it from outside windows, i installed it when i was in windows all the other times.
    
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ok i have scanned the system and it found many errors on the harddrive
so i used the option scan and repair and it repaired every error/problem
and now my system seems stable
    
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