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My laptop keeps on starting again..

Hi. When I start my laptop it goes up to the Windows thing n then after it says it dumping the memory or sumthing.. Then it starts over and keeps on doing that.. It wont get to the part about logging in.. It just starts over n wont stop. I dont know what to do. It says sumthing about hibernating.. I even put the battery and its working but it wont start properly.

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  • Amna Awan May 01, 2007

    How do I change the memory?



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It sounds like you may have a faulty memory on the laptop...try changing the laptop screen normally occurs because of a faulty hardware device..

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  • Anonymous May 01, 2007

    take a look at the bottom of the laptop there should be some small doors like area with a single will need to get a screw driver (philips) and open that area...
    in there should be a flat green chip that can be romoved..thats your memory...u will then need to get the exact replacement like that ..



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