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Assistance pls. Just changed processor from LE1640 to X240. Freeze on post if a USB keyboard is in use. Works fine once Windows loads. Not so with LE1640????

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A processor change often needs a software reinstallation to work properly, although you can get away with performing a sysprep to strip specific drivers from the OS and reinstall the appropriate drivers when rebooted. Read the instructions at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/302577

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