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It sounds like it may be in hibernation mode. If it sounds like the PC is fully booted but just not showing a screen it may be that your window manager crashed. Try pressing to get a console window to reboot ($ sudo reboot). Otherwise try powering the system off by pressing and holding the power key or try the reset button (usually recessed i a hole) if you have one. If that doesn't work you may need to remove the power and let the battery die or remove it, to reset the machine. Be ready to reinstall Ubuntu from media. It can be while preserving your old files, if you configured your '/' and '/home' directories on separate partitions. If not you can possibly create that arrangement using the live CD before reinstalling.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go to youtube.com then type on its search bar " installing ram module " or something about ram or memory placement for videos and step by step procedure. If desktop add desktop word in the search bar or laptop if you have laptop unit.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
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