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    1. lovemypeaches
      Hi there!
      I've been on TSG recently and thought I would say hi to all you guys who have helped me in the past.

      I have alittle bad news, my cat Peaches died last month of Kidney Disease. I had her for 17 years. It was real hard to see her go through what she did. I've increased my family. I've adopted two little terrorists named Jodi and Jodo. I got them when they were 3 weeks old, what a chore. Jodo sucks her thumb and Jodi's sometimes when she lets her. I thought Jodo was a boy until I got them spayed last week. They accidently poked a hole in Jodo's layrnx and she almost died.

      Otherwise the three of us are doing good and I hope you are also. Drop a line anytime and if I can help you in any way, please let me know.

      Deana Bailey email [email protected]
    2. lovemypeaches
      Hi golferbob, I'm pretty new to forums and I haven't been on Tech Support Guy in awhile. I just got an email that someone was requesting my friendship. I went to this site and saw that you had requested my friendship. I apologize I haven't gotten back to you sooner. And, of course I'll be your friend. Do I have this thing right?
    3. match22
      Are you Bob Ballentine?
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    5. Jacintodiazleon
      I purchased and added new memory, (ram). Since installed, my computer keeps freezing on me. Also, there is a tapping sound from the computer, most times, before it freezes.

      The memory has been replaced 3 times by 4 All Memory, and none has worked.

      Does any of those programs like "update your old drivers" or Bios Updates work? and if so which program, would someone who has purchased and used, recomends?

      By the way, some times there is a blue screen that comes out that something along these lines:

      "If this is the first time you have seen this stop error, restart your computer. If this screen appears again follow these steps:
      Check to make sure any new hardware is properly installed.

      If problems continue, disable or remove any now installed hardware or software. Disable Bios memory options such as caching or shadowing.

      Can someone make something out of this?

      Thank you
      I hope someone can help.
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