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1) Use a program like IO Bit Uninstaller or Revo - google them - to go through a listing of your installed programs and remove anything that you installed recently other than a single antivirus client. This includes removing the PC Boosters and things of that nature (keep ccleaner and run it and it's registry component at the very end of this whole thing). ...


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I had the same problem once (I own the same notebook model and use multiple operating systems). Try to enter your BIOS and disable "Fastboot", further enable CSM with all options and you are fine. "Fastboot" disables external boot media, therefore you were unable to run Win7 setup. AHCI drivers are part of any Windows setup (since Windows Vista, older ...


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It's possible there was some collateral damage to the ram, but the only way to find out is to test it. I would download memtest 86, put the old laptops ram in the new machine and then run it to make sure there are no issues. that being said, I've salvaged a lot of ram without issues. If overheating was really the the problem with the original laptop, I ...



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