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Black screen say unsupported memory , remove the unsupported memory from socket 1

My dell C610 does not reboot . How do I restart from bios?

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I think you might have a faulty memory module. The socket where you push the PC card is not the Socket 1. I think the notebook is complaining about the Memory socket witch you can access if you remove the memory cover(click for details) on the bottom of the notebook. Try reseating the memory module, remove it from the socket and install back. Make sure the memory contacts are clean and not oxidized; clean them with an eraser if they oxidized. Try moving memory from one socket to another. If you have two memory modules installed, remove them one by one and test the notebook with only one module installed. Find out which module is bad.

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