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Rabbit999
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i have tried everything new ram old ram windows key+B and all the keyboard variations. reset cmos and removed the battery. it has specific ram specifications (ddr4-2400, 4-8 gb) i replaced it and still nothing.   

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@Rabbit999 

 

Although that code usually indicates a failing memory stick, if you have replace the memory with known working memory, that can also mean the memory controller on the motherboard has failed, and if that is the case, only a replacement motherboard will fix that -- and you can not do that easily on an HP OEM PC.

 



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