My friends new computer

D.r. Radeon hd 5770 video card
April 1, 2010 at 18:37:17
Specs: Windows 7
Hi mike, I'll try and make this short b/c it looks like your a busy guy. My friend just built a new computer. All cool and fast stuff! Lol, shows you what I know about computers when I say stuff huh? Anyways, everytime we play video games that require us to go online the game freezes up. Luckily we can just hit Ctrl+Alt+Del and catch it before the whole computer freezes. (It'll do it if you dont hurry!) Then we end the non-responding game and when we try to get back in it wont let us. We end up having to restart it in the first place. Here is his equipment;
*Radeon HD 5700
(1GB GDDR5 Mem, PCI Express 2.0 BUS)
*Hitachi Deskstar
(1.0 TB, 32MB, 7200 RPM)
*Corsair DDR3 Memory
(2X2.0 GB)
*MSI 790X-G45
*AMD Phenom II
Okay so the stuff with the *'s are the main stuff and the items in parenthesis are descriptions of it. Yes I know I'm new at this and I probally dont need to tell you the description of it but it might make it easier on you. Ohh and he's saying that more memory will fix the problem. I'd rather ask you who is an expert in computer things than to go out and buy more memory. Anyways, my email is MattMox@aol.com. Any kind of information would be much appreciated. Sorry for taking up your time, which I presume has been a lot!
(2.8 GHZ, 8.0 MB)
*LG 22X DVD-R
(8.5 GB)

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April 1, 2010 at 18:38:54
Okay so that last paragraph i messed up. here's it again. Sorry!
Hi mike,
I'll try and make this short b/c it looks like your a busy guy. My friend just built a new computer. All cool and fast stuff! Lol, shows you what I know about computers when I say stuff huh? Anyways, everytime we play video games that require us to go online the game freezes up. Luckily we can just hit Ctrl+Alt+Del and catch it before the whole computer freezes. (It'll do it if you dont hurry!) Then we end the non-responding game and when we try to get back in it wont let us. We end up having to restart it in the first place. Here is his equipment;
*Radeon HD 5700
(1GB GDDR5 Mem, PCI Express 2.0 BUS)
*Hitachi Deskstar
(1.0 TB, 32MB, 7200 RPM)
*Corsair DDR3 Memory
(2X2.0 GB)
*MSI 790X-G45
*AMD Phenom II
(2.8 GHZ, 8.0 MB)
*LG 22X DVD-R
(8.5 GB)
Okay so the stuff with the *'s are the main stuff and the items in parenthesis are descriptions of it. Yes I know I'm new at this and I probally dont need to tell you the description of it but it might make it easier on you. Ohh and he's saying that more memory will fix the problem. I'd rather ask you who is an expert in computer things than to go out and buy more memory. Anyways, my email is MattMox@aol.com. Any kind of information would be much appreciated. Sorry for taking up your time, which I presume has been a lot!


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