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If it is a socketed chip then you can take the laptop apart (after unpluging it and making sure you are grounded, wriststrap etc ) and then just gently reseat any socketed chip you see by pressing firmly but carefully down on it, that way even if you press them all down they are all reseated so it can't hurt :)
Posted on Apr 20, 2008
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