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You may need to replace the memory modules instead of re-seating them.

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E2111 SBE LOG DISABLE -DIMM 3


Hi
Two most likely causes for this error are
First: the memory module, DIMM3 has worked its way loose and needs to be reseated firmly in its slot with both catches firmly engaged.
Second: The memory module DIMM 3 has become faulty and needs to replaced.
If reseating the DIMM doesn't work try swapping slots with a module of the same size in a different slot and see if the fault follows the module or goes away. If the fault follows the module, eg to DIMM 1, then it is most likely that the module is faulty.
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Nov 30, 2014 | Dell OptiPlex Computers & Internet

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This Acer Extensa 2300, when I connect the adapter, powers on automatically without pressing the power button, the fan runs, but the screen remains black, and nothing more. What could be the problem?


This is a POST (Power on self test) issue.
When we say POST, computer components that are affected are: memory, processor, motherboard and power supply.
-For memory issues, try reseating the memory modules or try to swap it with known good ones to isolate the issue.
-Processor is the least component that has probability to fail.
-Motherboard and the power supply are the most common components to fail.
If the system is still under warranty, try contacting the manufacturer for support.

Jun 30, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Memory parity 2000


Hi Kelly, we are dealing with memory problem, if you have available memory try swapping it, the other way is to remove any card attached in *********** board that may cause some conflict with the system, Isolate 1 by 1 the hardware installed from your hardware.
1. remove the memory module, clean the tip of the memory, the one connecting to the slot with rubber eraser or any rubber. If possible swap with good one if you have to isolate memory defects.
2. remove/clean any cards(video cards and others) in your expansion slots.
3. Boot your PC without connecting the hard/CD/FDD drives to speed up checking.
4. Once start up is okay without memory parity error appearing, one by one install the Harddisk, CD and FFD.

Jun 21, 2011 | IBM ThinkCentre S51 Intel Desktop PC -...

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Error 49.4401


Hi I only know that error 49.
But you can try this it may help
A 49 error is a firmware error, it might be caused by the firmware itself, or by the failure of a printer module.

How to isolate the cause:

- Verify that the problem is not being caused by a specific job, this error can be caused by bad information being sent to the printer.
- Power off and remove any installed EIO devices, (JetDirect Cards, Hard Drives), power on and test.

Cold Reset the printer:

- Power off, remove any optional memory, power on and retest.
- Power off and reseat any memory and firmware modules on the formatter board, power on and test.
- Power off, reseat the formatter board, power on and test.

Check firmware version: on newer machines with flashable firmware upgrade to the latest version. If you are running the latest version reload it, this might fix corrupted firmware. (Some printers have flashable firmware, others use a Firmware DIMM which must be replaced to upgrade.)


If you haven't found the cause yet it's time to start swapping parts:

- Firmware module if it's a DIMM as opposed to being part of the formatter.
- Memory if installed, some printers have to have at least one memory module installed to run, and it must have enough capacity to function, in some cases installing a module that does not meet the minimum requirements of the machine will cause a 49 error

Jan 19, 2010 | HP Color LaserJet 4650DTN Printer

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When i on my laptop i saw memory write/read failure at


Generally an indication of a Memory module problem. Try reseating the Memory, see if issue goes away, if not, try modules one at a time to see if you can isolate the issue to one or the other module (If 2 are installed)

Dec 30, 2009 | Dell Inspiron 1525 Laptop

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Blue screen and the charger works sometimes


blue screen aka bsod. when you get this bsod it will show you stop error code. you need to get the code to identify the exact issue you're having. If the bsod occures after the dell logo issue might be the video card or memory. if the bsod occures after windows logo then if might be caused by a corrupted windows updates or windows system file corruption. if the bsod occured after dell logo then check your memory if you have 2 ram modules try to remove 1 ram first then try booting your system using only 1 ram, try to swap and isolate reseat and teach eash slot on each ram module. if bsod occures after windows logo then try to run a test for your hard drive Fn+Power. If no errors it might be windows file corruption which needs to be restored or re-installing OS.

Oct 02, 2009 | Dell Latitude D510 Notebook

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I cant boot up my computer(memory address line failure)


This is clearly a problem with the memory. You can try two things:

1) Remove and reseat the memory sticks (with the unit unplugged)
2) Swap the boards around. Windows is not very tolerant of errors in the lower portion of memory. Swapping around the boards will change the relationship of physical memory addresses to virtual addresses. At the very least, the memory swap may help to determine which memory stick is defective.

Please keep us posted.

Dan

Aug 20, 2009 | Dell OptiPlex GX110 PC Desktop

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Won't tune on.


sounds like a motherboard problem if a using a different battery and power adapter did not fix it. Though, you may want to reseat the memory modules, or if available, swap them with known-good memory modules just to isolate that the problem is not memory related.

Dec 21, 2008 | HP Compaq nx6110 PC Laptop

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Continuous Beep-Beep-Beep.. When I turn on T3304 E Machine


there is a faulty hardware in your PC. here the beep error code this might help to locate the faulty hardware in your pc, and which help you to isolate the problem.

1 Short beep - System is operating normally.
1 Long beep - Memory refresh circuitry has failed which indicates a problem with the motherboard. Try
reseating the memory DIMM or SIMM modules. Make sure if you have added memory that it is rated at the correct speed for the system.
1 Long 2 Short beeps - The video adapter has failed, or the video memory is having a read/write
failure. Try reseating the video card. If the video card is a PCI video card, try moving it to another slot.
1 Long 3 Short beeps - The system does not detect a monitor. Verify that the monitor cable is properly attached to the video card or the onboard video and to the monitor (if the monitor has a detachable cable). If possible, try another monitor on the system to verify that the video adapter is operating properly.
2 or 3 beeps - There is a problem with the system’s memory. Reseat the memory DIMM or SIMM modules.
4 beeps - This indicates a non-functional timer. This indicates a problem with the motherboard.
5 beeps - This indicates a CPU (Central Processing Unit or processor) failure. Try reseating the processor.
6 beeps - This indicates a keyboard controller failure. Try reseating the keyboard connector.
7 beeps - Another indication of a processor problem. Reseat the processor.
8 beeps - This indicates a video memory read/write failure. Reseat the video card (if any) and memory DIMM or SIMM modules.
9 or 10 beeps - This indicates a ROM (Read-Only Memory) checksum error or shutdown register failure. This indicates a defective BIOS chip(s). Reseat the BIOS chips.
11 beeps - Indicates an error in the cache memory. If the system has a Pentium class processor, reseat the processor. If the system has a cache memory module, try reseating it. These beep codes will vary depending on the system

hope this would help.

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