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I was getting some errors so I ran memtest and found one of my stick of RAM had errors on it (which is annoying as it's brand new). I was wondering if there;s any way to fix memory errors?
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I had a similiar problem and if any of :tazz: the Geeks Emiritus would oblige some comments would be for some interesting conversation. On boot up i would get amount of memory has changed every now and then, I would switch slots it would go away then come back so I took it out but darnit since it was 512 pc133 it was quite a bill for a starving student. I was just wondering is there any simple way of resurrecting the stick or is it doomed to go the way of all the earth. Thanks geeks
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In a nutshell, NO..

The problem will lie in one of the chips and there is nothing the user can do to fix that..

RMA it for replacement..

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