Posted 18 February 2006 - 01:38 PM
Hey there, hoping somebody around here might be able to help me out. We have three computers, and I was thinking I'd like to upgrade the RAM in the oldest. So I pulled open the case to see what the situation was, took the sticks out, wrote down the numbers, and replaced them in the same order/location I took them out in/from. Go to turn the computer back on...and I get this error:
1790 Disk 0 Error
So far, this is what I've done: made sure I don't have any floppy or compact discs in the drives. Powered down and restarted three times. Same thing each time.
I'd love to hear that there is a very simple solution to this problem...and that I didnt' really mess anything up. *laughs* It's an older computer, and I have opened it up and installed a burner in it in the past. I've also looked at the RAM in the past, too, with no problems.
Thanks for any help you might be able to offer!