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referenced memory errors on old, rarely used laptop

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#1 sharmaly


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Posted 13 June 2013 - 05:36 AM

My main computer is not working so I'm using this old laptop instead. I haven't turned it on for at least a month or two. I can't remember if I was having this problem before and ignored it or if it is new. Seems like after my computer has been asleep for a while then when i wake it up I get a series of referenced memory errors like this:


The instruction “0x02ea609c” referenced memory at “0x00000014”. The memory could not be “read”.


This is a lenovo x61s running windows xp. I have this thing for many years, it's so slow. ugh. thought that was just because I don't have enough ram but maybe something else is going on too. All the data was transferred to my new pc, which isn't working, so when I get the other pc working again should I just wipe everything off this one and reinstall windows xp and other vital software and start from scratch?



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