Over heating/screen frozen

  toonfireman1 21:29 06 Jan 04
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I use XP pro.
For a while I have been having problems with a frozen screen, which means I have turn of at the power source, it was suggested that it may be over heating, the computer is 2 years old and has been in the same position in all that time.
Not very tec minded but removed side panel and all the fans seem to be working correctly.
The problem seems to getting worse how can I check if it is over heating or any suggestions on what it could be?.
Thanks please make it simple because I am

  woodchip 21:32 06 Jan 04

Put a desk fan pointing into the comp with side of if it's better you know then you need to do something about the fans

  Mr.Scoobs 14:49 07 Jan 04

what is the temp of the cpu on idle? do you get any blue screen crashing etc...

  toonfireman1 20:38 07 Jan 04

how do I check the cpu temp?

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