Question about Compaq Armada E500 Notebook
Same thing on my newish dell xps laptop. Did a lil googling, and found some similar answers. It usually happens after installing new hardware drivers, mostly nic cards (ethernet network, internet wi-fi). The most popular suggestion is to remove previously installed drivers and if possible find updated drivers and install those. Some suggest to go as far as installing ALL of your current drivers, but I don't think that is really necessary. You could probably just go back to your last working restore point (IF you have one) and work from there. Good luck and I hope this helps. DRUMMERGIRL
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
Not the laptop, no.
I would replace the memory in it first, this should not be expensive to do. The error relates to the memory, not the laptop.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
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