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my keyboard isnt responding on start up and on start up my computer wont do memory test, it just stops after processor.
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Helo, let me see if I can try to assist you.

What type of keyboard do you have???? USB???
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Helo, let me see if I can try to assist you.

What type of keyboard do you have???? USB???

i have USB and the normal one, and ive tryed both keyboards, but my computer keeps freezing on start up
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Ok, try put in the normal one (ps2), you say it doesnt do a memory test, make sure your RAM is in the slots correctly.
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Ok, try put in the normal one (ps2), you say it doesnt do a memory test, make sure your RAM is in the slots correctly.

i have checked but ill check again, i have a feeling its the ram cus this has happned be4 except i dont remeber how i fixed it.. :tazz:
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How many RAM chips do you have, if you have two or more try and swap them around and put them into diffrent slots, aswell try (if you have a compressor) blow the slots with some air and the whole mother board to get rid of most of the dust. Let me know what happens and if it works.
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How many RAM chips do you have, if you have two or more try and swap them around and put them into diffrent slots, aswell try (if you have a compressor) blow the slots with some air and the whole mother board to get rid of most of the dust. Let me know what happens and if it works.

k i tryed the ram thing and the ram isnt the problem, i think my computer cant read the hard drives, i hope i didnt screw them up :tazz: , i tryed putting in a dif hard drive and it still freezes. i get a beep on start up saying everything is ok, and the lights are lit on the drivers... so..... help?! plz
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