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Win95 freezes on startup


Packard bell legend 117 supreme freezes on startup at the win95 logo. did a post, CMOS battery ran out of juice. replaced it and still no success.
I rebooted a number of times and once or twice during this process, i got a registry/configuration error message. i tried doing a scanreg/restore, and fix to no avail . can someone pls save me??????
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Try to change your ram..

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