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Im use Hd61ww with 2100 2nd generation processer its hanging. im not understand wat the problem . im changing hard disk , ram , im change different window7 64&32 bit, tell plz wat is problem . my Mail Id :

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Well it looks as though you have been moving plenty of computer parts and leads around double check that every lead has a secure seating including electrical extensions from motherboard to hard drive or even replace them with new ones

make sure all of your drives are working
computers need all power and data to travel through every working device and to have an end point to be able to work properly

make sure ram modules are clean and are securely seated and the ram sockets are clean
and cmos battery is securely seated
some motherboards cmos batteries are soldered in
make sure CPU has thermal paste and a dust free secure seating

hope this helps you

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