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Is it possible to solve this probleme by changing bthe controle part of the bad stick by a new similar one or to solder the memory IC to a new one in order to read the memory ic using a new con trol card

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Not so sure there, but I have herd that some people put their RAM and or memory modules in the fridge or freezer for the night in a sealed plastic bag. The cold resets them, however you will most probably loose your information that is stored on it. Let it dry and rest at room temperature before you use it. You can also google this before you try it, I say it's always better to do some research before I try some-thing.

Hope this works for you.
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