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0EM7GRUB 0.4.4 2009-11-18 Memory:631k/3326m,Menuend:0X45DFD
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you look along the top edge of the escape/function/del keys, there are several small plastic tabs that hold the keypad in place. Use a very small flat head screwdriver to push these back from one corner across to the other, gently lifting the keypad as you go. When you press back the last tab, the keypad should just pop out but take care as it's connected by a cable at the bottom edge of the keys. The RAM slots are located under a thin metal cover under the keypad. You'll need a very small philips head screwdriver to undo this. After installing RAM, replace the metal cover then pop the keypad back in, bottom edge first and just press down the top edge and the plastic tabs should snap back into place. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
No it is not normal for Win7... it should be the opposite... Win7 Memory Management is better than any other systems. I would do maintenance... clean out temp files and clean and defrag the registry. Glary Utilities works great for that or CCleaner. Then Defrag. Maybe just a false message caused by a bad temp file. If it continues I would have issues with the Hardware and seek a warranty replacement. Side note: turn off or uninstall products on the system you won't use.
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
When your computer starts up it runs a series of test called the POST (Power On Self Test). When test is complete it beeps to let you know if the hardware is OK or if there is a problem. One beep means the hardware passed the test with no problems. If your getting more than one beep you'll have to check with your manufacture to find out what it means. Go to their web site and search "POST error codes", this should give you the information you need.
Posted on May 22, 2010
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