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When i start my pc and it will start to loading my pc is hang and it willl not continue 2 windows...

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Posibly not enough RAM.random access memory, that's where the computer operates. the harddrive is just a storage facility. it operates in the RAM. a large program,such as windows 2k or XP needs a lot of RAM., 256k or more.the more RAM you have the better it will operate.128k is just the bare minimum.. It may boot up, but just barely.Get yourself a 512mb RAM strip and it should work just fine. John

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