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Hi, i have a packard bell easynote tj68 which has all of a sudden started beeping when it is booting up, and the computer is gone slow and keeps freezing

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Beeping means that you have a hardware failure. Since the pc has gone slow then most probably the memory has gone bad and you will have to replace it. To identify which stick has gone bad just remove alternatively one of them - with the bad one the laptop will not start. Junk it and buy a identical replacement.

Posted on Sep 13, 2010

  • patseamur Feb 17, 2011

    Alternatively, it could be that your RAM needs to be reseated. Take out power lead and battery. Flip laptop to get access to the base. Remove the 4 screws holding the middle panel down.
    You will see 2 memory modules near the bottom right, unclick both then reseat them. Do not touch the gold contacts on the bottom of the modules and try to handle on the edges.

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