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The instruction at ''0x009d5d79''referrenced memory at ''0x00000000''the memory could not be read how to solve this please help
A similar problem was present on a recent repair, and the issue was not a memory module, but a defective electrolytic capacitor on the motherboard. Those capacitors are easy to spot, as they show some bulging on top of them and may display some brownish buildup. The capacitors will be marked for 10 volts or so and about 1000 microfarads. look nearby the memory modules. Replacement is relatively easy, but tshould be performed by someone familiar with electronics. HDalacarte.com guy.
Posted on Jan 23, 2013
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