Question about IBM ThinkPad T40 2373 Notebook
There may be a simple problem is your Ram . it may be not connected well in the memory slot. Do you know how to connect it. I will tell you the trick for removing and restore it.
In the back panel of the cpu there are two screw first remove it. Remove the side panel. here you can see the mother board and all the components. There you see the ram with two or four slot. In the corner of the slot two knobs. just slightly press the upward to down on the both side of the slot . then it will remove the ram from the slot.then clean with the cloth not wet cloth. then put the ram on the slot. now switch on the system and see .
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