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Mpc 2000 reads ''not enough memory''

I recently moved into a new place...after the move I hooked up my mpc2000...tried to load from the zip and my mp read ''NOT ENOUGH MEMORY''...I changed zip drives...same thing...tried to load from the floppy...same thing...

is it that the memory slipped out of socket and needs to be reseated??? if so...do I need to open the Mp from the top or bottom???

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Sounds like you have dislodged the memory, you need to get in the bottom and gently remove the ram and reseat it with a slight click.

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