Is formating the answer


Recently I started my computer and it froze after displaying the manufacturer's logo screen. A customer service representative said to try pressing "delete" to enter the setup screen but when I did this a message, "Entering Setup", appeared on the screen but the system went no farther. Next I tried using a floppy boot disk with no better results. Am I most likely to repair this computer by replacing the hard disk drive, the motherboard and memory chips, the power supply, the floppy disk drive, or the CDROM drive? Or do you have any other ideas that I can try?


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From what i see your suggestions are good but also have u tryed to reformat your system if your computer continues to frezze it could be because too much ram space had been used reformating should restore the computer to its original state if the problem proceeds consert a professional to have a look at your system.

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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on February 23, 2004