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This is a memory failure problem.
Open the case and make sure the memory modules are seated in the sockets properly, make sure the computer is disconnected from the power source first.
Once checked plug it back in then switch on the pc.
It may bootup as normal, if it does not then you need to change the memory modules.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
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