eledan Posted October 21, 2006 Share Posted October 21, 2006 Hey there, It looks like a stick of Corsair ValueSelect memory that I bought for my notebook a little over 6 months ago has just gone bad. I had been running 2 sticks of the same model 1GB DDR400 PC3200 in my notebook with zero problems since late April. Today, out of nowhere, I get a "memory could not be read" error and the computer locked up. After forcing shutdown, the computer would not even post until I took out one of the memory sticks. Right now it's running normally with the remaining good stick. Since I can't even boot with the bad stick installed, I can't run memtest. Pretty sure the stick is fubar'ed. Can I RMA it? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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