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1) Start up sometimes freezes, 2) Is not recognizing outlet power

1) Most times on start up, computer seems to freeze and/or take 20min-1hr to boot. AntiVir, Adware, Spywareblaster, Spybot SD, CCleaner, and Spyware Doc all say system is fine. Once computer is up and running, no problem even when restarted. But if computer is shut down completely and left for awhile, it's back to taking forever to come back up.

2) After adding additional RAM, computer is sometimes not recognizing outlet power; laptop runs very hot - fan does run.

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  • sukhi_std Jan 21, 2009

    never start ,always hang-up,runs in safe mode

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