Question about Dell Latitude D610 Laptop Computer - Intel Pentium M 750 1.86GHz, 802.11b/g Wireless, 1G PC Notebook
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test a different RAM module, even if this does not happen frequently a faulty RAM can give same problem.
The problem is more likely a defective system or a faulty hard disk drive.
Try reinstalling Windows, do a full installation with hard disk formatting (do backup of your files first).
If that still does not work, then the hard disk has a faulty sector, replace the hard disk.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
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Insert the Recovery CD into your CD-ROM.
Reboot your computer.
Watch the text in DOS carefully. When prompted to boot from your CD, do so.
Choose System Restore and then follow the instructions presented. Once system recovery beings, it may take a few minutes. Once it's done, your system will reboot again.
Remove the Recovery CD from your CD-ROM and store it carefully. Your system has been reset to the factory default.
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