Base 64K RAM Failure

  John Hodges 19:53 22 Feb 05
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I have identified (with the Forum's help) that my computer will not start because of a base 64K RAM failure. OK - so what now? Does this mean a new motherboard?

  Happy Soul 19:56 22 Feb 05

The first bank of memory probably has a bad memory chip in it somewhere. It's possible there's a failure related to the motherboard or a system device as well.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 20:27 22 Feb 05

The memory module in slot 0 is bad remove it test by putting the other (if you have 2 ) inslot zero.

Replace the memory module click here will advise you what sort is compatible with your motherboard.

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