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|Memory Failure by adewaleafolabi(m): 8:31pm On Jun 02, 2007|
Please am having a problem with my two memories (256 each). my pc doesn't go past the black startup screen and so i removed one and it worked then said no hard disk found. went into bios and pressed F3 to detect the drives and it detected and booted and i was able to get into my os. but now my pc is soo slow please does anyone know why am having a memory failure, could it be that the cmos battery is failing ? thanks
|Re: Memory Failure by nbeet2000(m): 9:31am On Jun 03, 2007|
The memory chip is faulty all you is to buy another one.
|Re: Memory Failure by flynx: 12:41am On Jun 04, 2007|
get another memory chip, replace it on your pc mainboard. startup pc, enter setup, press (f7 or f9) depending on product maker. change boot sequence, save & exit. that's all
|Re: Memory Failure by rossoneri(m): 11:41am On Jun 07, 2007|
well if re-seating your memory chips doesn't work, then u might need new chips but first, change your cmos battery, then change your IDE cables. try to remember the last changes u made to your system b4 the problem started and see if reversing the changes solves your problem. when all fails get new memory chips.
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