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i need help

Mar 21, 2017 8:51AM PDT

i need a little help because not so long ago my computer got an error.
what the error does is that when i play certain games (minecraft, team fortress 2, unturned,omnibus) my computer stops giving a signal to my monitor and i have to restart the computer.
i checked the cables,i tryed lovering the game settings,i tred to fix it with panda protection(my anti virus).

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You didn't even tell....
Mar 21, 2017 11:15AM PDT

...if this is a dekstop or laptop. Suspect overheat of GPU, especially if laptop.

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Why did you suspect a virus?
Mar 21, 2017 10:55AM PDT

Most of the time games crash due to hardware and drivers, not a virus or an OS issue.

Your post left out machine details so for now I have to write that you take it back to the PC's maker and tell them to fix it under warranty.

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more info
Mar 21, 2017 9:35PM PDT

i have a desktop PC
proccesor:Intel(R) core(tm) i3-4150 3.50GHz
RAM:4gb
system type: x64

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very low power gaming computer
Mar 22, 2017 10:28AM PDT

Probably stressing that i-3 CPU. Check to see it's fan is running and have someone replace the thermal paste between the heatsink and processor. You do NOT need to remove the processor to accomplish this.

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That's pretty low end.
Mar 22, 2017 10:51AM PDT

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