Question about IBM Lenovo ThinkPad R60E Motherboard - 41W5146
Check to see if your memory ramm is seated correctly. You can find it under a removable cover on the bottom of your laptop. You can try popping it out and re-seating them. If that fails then (if there is 2 sticks of ramm) try booting with only one or the other in it at a time.(may have a bad stick out of the 2?) If all fails then you move onto a more technical approach,.. But most times out of any ramm becomes the common solution. Good luck!
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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