So I have Ubuntu 12.04 32bit.
And one day while I was working my PC got frozen! (It was the first time ever as I never had any freezing on Ubuntu ever) And when I restarted my PC the problem appeared after 5 minutes of working...
I unplugged all the cables took out the Ram and let it be like that for almost 2 days, I plugged everything in then again and turned on the PC it seemed like it was working a bit more than ever, Maybe 5 minutes more but then it froze again...
I didn't work with my PC for one more week again and the room temperature was about 10 degrees. But as I started working with it again I have the same problem still... It freezes after 5-10 minutes, But I think it freezes when I open files , So I thought maybe it CAN be because of the HDD ?
I test my Ram with Memtest+ and both of the times while I was testing it hanged at 33%. So It CAN be Ram as well !!
A friend of mine told me that maybe CPU is out of service.
So can anyone tell me some ways to actually test which hardware should be changed ?
I do not have any friends who have PCs so I cannot test my hardware on their PC or use their hardware on my PC
There are not any shops here who will ONLY test my Computer and tell me what is wrong with it , they will investigate the problem but they will also want to replace that diagnosed Hardware which it will be really expensive as here Hardware is very expensive so I want to find out the problem myself and order the destroyed hardware from Ebay
8)also how old is your psu(power supply) and what type is it?
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if it turns out being a ram issue then just either RMA you ram or get new ram which you will want to get dual channel even if you only have 4gb the dual channel will greatly increase performance