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#1 mloo55

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Posted 11 March 2006 - 03:27 PM

The pc was working fine until I opened to remove the dust inside it,that is all what I did I did not remove any cards or something like but when I switch it on :
1.- I got the windows logo and then appears the menu where safe mode is.
2.- I got out from safe mode
3.- A message appears in a blue screen: System error --- memory parity error --- system stopped
4.- from there on I can do anything so I switch off the pc
5.- Again i turned it on and it happens the same as above.
What I did after that:
1.- I removed the two memory cards and cleaned the contacts,of course with precaution; and the sockets
too.
2.- The same problem continued after repositioned all in place.
3.-I run belarc program when safe mode is running and it recognized the two memory cards of 64k each
4.- I run the pc with only one memory card and all what i got is the windows logo.
Please what can i do to restore the operation
rgds
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Posted 11 March 2006 - 03:29 PM

I forgot to mention that the PC has win98Se pentium II 128k
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Posted 11 March 2006 - 05:20 PM

Just i fixed it, happily it was not a component but the main processor was loose,adjuested an d now it is ok.
thanks
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