Amd-displa​y adapter-AT​I Radeon Graphics Cards stopped working

solve a problem with AMD-Display Adapter-ATI Radeon Graphic.  AMD-Display Adapter-ATI Radeon Graphics Cards has stopped working 4 times,last occurring on 1/15/2015 7:47AM

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