• Probably too many programs running in the back ground. Look in programs options or preferences for something about the program running when you start the computer. You don’t really need it to run every time except your firewall and A/V. You don’t need to have your printer, IM and almost anything else to start when your computer starts. Get a couple programs like CCleaner, Spybot Search and Destroy. Look on for maintenance and malware programs Get rid of programs you don’t use any more. Do a disk clean and a defrag.
  • The memory is going bad and needs to be replaced. If it is add-in memory (more likely & you can tell this by opening the bottom memory access panel and looking to see if it can be removed), then you can remove the faulty memory and replace it with good memory. If it is not removable (less likely), then you'll need to take it to a repair shop to have the system board replaced.

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