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It continues to freeze!!!!

I've removed one memory slot, but it still freezes

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If you are worried that it is a memory issue, try downloading the free and excellent Memtest 86 from here:

You can make a bootable CD which will soak-test your memory - if it will run overnight without an error then it's almost certainly not a memory issue.

Otherwise, have you tried a complete BIOS reset? This can get corrupted in ways that simply reverting to factory default won't fix. There is usuall a link on the motherboard which will clear the BIOS settings (you may need to remove the BIOS battery first). You can then start a-fresh.

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