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Yeah you should first reseat the ram module. Or have it clean with soft eraser only its edge connector. But first you should power it it down completely, disconnect from any power source and disconnect it battery.
If this doesn't help. Boot your unit in DOS mode by starting it in a bootable drive. If you got a command prompt. You might consider the corruption of files in your harddrive or it actually gets damaged by the fall.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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