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I have a t3504 computer and boss replaced the ram not upgraded just replaced, now after I log into windows it keeps refreshing and will not let me into any programs, does anyone have any suggestions

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    Eric Venson Baliwag May 11, 2010

    does the ram you upgrade has the same speed into the normal???

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Keeping refreshing is it a laptop i had the same issue with my hp, it was a key that was stuck on the keyborad

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