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Toshiba M30 Hi i saw that you had a problem with your laptop ( yellow light(power cord light) on the front of the laptop is flashing in code: 2-3-3. ) i have the same problem now ,did you ever fix it or not ? please if you did fix it ,email me with the solution. elkhanm@yandex.ru THANK YOU !!!

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Hi this is a ram failure ,try replacing your memory sticks with one you know is working or check to see how many memory sticks is in your laptop and remove one if there is two in the laptop to see which one is faulty.

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