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If you feel comfortable opening you computer:
First reseat the memory.
Power off the PC everytime you are going to remove/replace components.
If you have more than 1 stick of memory, take all but one out then restart your computer. If it does not work, replace it withanother stick of memory.
If it is not a memory problem, try taking out the boards in the slots. start the computer with them out. If it starts , put the boards in one at a time to see which may be causing the problem.
You may find that reseating the boards and the memory may clear the problem.
If after these steps you ahve the same problem, you may be looking at a system board or processor malfunction.
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Posted on Oct 07, 2008
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