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My computer beeps a lot when i turn it on, some of the lower keys stick, when i play a computer game the camera spins around my character, and some of the buttons will not work properly during the game, and my computer does not like to connect to unsecured networks. I sent this computer in to get fixed a few weeks ago and it is starting to do the same things it did the first time i sent it in. My server request number was 1-3C7JWM. I would very much like to get my money back and do not want to spend another $30 to send you my computer again. Also when you sent my computer back the last time the plastic piece that goes around the keyboard was not attached and the box had holes in it. Thanks.

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as far as you describe your problem, it can only be solved by upgrading your system and buying new accessories... truth be told... you may have to spend more than 30$ so that you wont have problems like what you're experiencing right now.

change the keyboard, buy a new videocard, buy a new memory, tweak your computer to optimum performance because you sure like "am a gaming person on my pc".

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