Question about Dell Dimension E510 Dual Core 2.8 Ghz (847403171179) PC Desktop
Probably you have some issues with a blue screen error and a change of ram memory ...they ussually do this kinda trouble on boot when the ram memory its not quite compatible or has some issues...so ..remove the ram mem ...check if its ok ...be carefully not to touch it too much with your hands ...it has something to do with magnetization , check to be the right freqvency ...then try to reinstall the operating system ..cause if it has some issues on reading boot files it does that too...this might also came from a damaged HDD (bads on the hard disk ) and when it gets some files from the system located on those damaged places ..it does this too...so ...check memory ...then reinstall ...it just might fix the problem if you know that you didn't made any hardware changes lately
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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