Question about Packard Bell PC Desktops
Even i once had this problem.
There are two solution.
First remove the ram and wipe it then fit it again.
If this doesn't help then get the system formatted.
Hope this will help you (By the way it did helped me)
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
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