Question about HP PAVILION M8200N PC Desktop
This could be one of 2 problems.
1, there is a system memory problem. Open the case and carefully clean the inside of dust. Next, remove the memory modules and clean the slots with a soft, dry paintbrush, also clean the brass contacts that run all the way down one side of the memory.
The memory modules look like this >>>>>
2, there could also be a problem with the graphics (video) card. Take it out and clean the contacts and the slots.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 17, 2011
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