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My lipi T6454 IS GIVING BLACK ONE CHECKSUM ERROR

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I think the error you are getting is caused by corrupt firmware or damaged memory on the main board.
As a first step I would recommend reloading the firmware, this will rectify the problem if it is related to corrupt firmware.
You may need to change the logic board if the problem persist.

Posted on Feb 19, 2010

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