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Old 05-11-2015, 12:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default iTX System refuses to Play Ball.

I've got an iTX system hear that will just not play ball with an OS installation. Every time I go to put Mint on it it just repeatedly crashes. Screen locks, keyboard and mouse freeze and the System screen shows horizontal lines.

I've taken out the HDD and changed it, tested the Memory, added more Memory. I know I'm using the correct charger and adapter. I'm running the system Via. VGA - D - Sub.

Its an L100 iTX Acer System.

Its got my head boxed. I could run Hiren's but want to as a last resort as in checking with you folks first if you can provide any advice.
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