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My Computer is IBM Pentium III PC300 6345

My Computer is IBM PC300 Processor 6345 and the problem is everytime I boots up the message error display '' 206 memory failure configuration ''

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Check your RAM thats it seated correctly , clear the system C-MOS and see if it boots up . Could be an error in the BIOS

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