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I have a slight problem. I tried to convert my keyboard from a ps2 to a usb via a converter however it wasnt recognised. i then tried to install a driver for the keyboard to make windows recognise it but that didnt work either. when it asked me to restart the computer i let it and when it restarted it took ages to boot up.

i have noticed that it detects the processor but then sits there ages memory testing and the section for 'memory infomation' is in white as oppossed to grey. the memory information looks different from before and its just really really slow. does anyone know what could have happened because my computer used to boot up real quick!

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