Question about Dell Latitude C510 Notebook
It keeps saying dumping memory and reboots over and over
You need to put your original copy of windows xp or vista cd into the laptop and keep hitting the f8 or f12 key to get into the main cmos setting change your boot setting to primary disk drive bobs your uncle it will now solve your problem need more help email firstname.lastname@example.org or i can give you my number via my email
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
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