Question about Dell Inspiron 1525 Notebook
Posted by Anonymous on
You have a bad memory stick and the computer is disabling it to allow you to run.. but at greatly reduced performance. You can buy new memory here:
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well there is certainly a RAM related problem. You have to open your RAM Module, Clean its golden coloured edges and reinsert it properly. Then start your laptop to see if it changes anything. If everything remains same then you have to replace your RAM.
Be very carefull if you open your RAM. Consult your Manual first.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
This is a hard drive problem, perform a complete thorough reformat of your drive again.. If that doesn't work, there is a good chance the HD is NOT suitable for Windows. Either That OR the RAM is faulty... usually though it is the HD.
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
While the "memory loss" won't cause a major problem, you will be annoyed by the repeated message. A couple of things may be causing this. One, Windows changed the virtual memory size. This is an area on your hard drive that the computer uses to store stuff when the on board ram isn't large enough to handel it. the other thing that may be happening is you have a memory module going bad. You must remember that the hard drive size has nothing to do with the memory size. That is, your ram memory is what handles most of the processing of information. Your hard drive is just a storage place. Like a file cabinet in your office.
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Posted on May 24, 2011
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you have a memory module that is most likely failing.
Try modules individually, see if one has no issues and the other has problems. Replace the one with issues.
www.crucial.com for replacements
Posted on Aug 02, 2011
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