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Old May 11th, 2016, 07:57 PM
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I suspect a hardware problem, this error is a tough one to pinpoint. I would check the following;

Get into the BIOS SETUP, usually the 1st screen tells you how, each machine can be different, usually a "F" key, maybe F2 or the "DEL" key. Once in the SETUP look around and see if there is any entry that talks about the 32bit access on the hard drive. If there is and it is turned off, turn it on. If you cannot find anything like that then find where you can set everything to Defaults. Do that and save and exit, may fix the problem.

If not then the Graphics (Video) driver could be the culprit.

I would also see if you can install any Windows Updates in "Safe Mode with Networking".
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