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Ok, we have narrowed it down a little i think. normally, it won't boot up at all. my husband took a memory out and now it boots up but operates at about half speed. what could be wrong?

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Your husband took memory out which i assume was 1 out of the 2 memory chips in that computer.  Buy a new memory chip (RAM) to replace what you took out and found was bad.  You can also try creating a floppy or CD from a program called MEMTEST 86+ (google it) and run it with one stick of ram in.  This test runs infinite but if you get any red after 10 to 15 minutes then stop and place the other stick in and remove the one you just tested and repeat and anything that showed red lets you know its a bad stick of RAM.  Though it sounds like you only have one bad stick (the one you removed)

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