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09-10-2012

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Re: Lenovo v570 not booting

2012-09-13, 0:02 AM

Alright everyone, strangly enough, I got it work. Only by opening the computer up, cleaning out where the ram was, replacing the existing ram, and then boot. And everything seems to be alright. Now i think I'm still going to go have it looked at. Would the ram still register in the computer properties if it were to be corrupt?

 

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Re: Lenovo v570 not booting

2012-09-13, 9:00 AM

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Alright everyone, strangly enough, I got it work. Only by opening the computer up, cleaning out where the ram was, replacing the existing ram, and then boot. And everything seems to be alright. Now i think I'm still going to go have it looked at. Would the ram still register in the computer properties if it were to be corrupt?

 


Nothing strange about it at all. Corrupt RAM as i pointed out in my earlier posts,( Even if it only means to clean up the surounding space,and reseat the RAM sticks.The proper contact was obviously not happening.)is usually one of the first things that should be checked,in such cases. And it did prove to be the problem,in this case. Since you re-seated the RAM and if everything appears to be normal, and the system functions properly,you're done.
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