HP Laptop Fails Memory Quick Check
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#1 (permalink)      10/20/2021 7:00:19 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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HP Laptop Fails Memory Quick Check
So I've had an HP laptop for 2 years (model: 15-dy0013dx), and recently I've been having problems with it. Whenever I move the screen, it freezes/flickers and eventually shows a blue screen saying that my device ran into a problem and needs to restart. I ran a diagnostic test, and it failed the Memory Quick Check.

I'm a college student, so I rely heavily on my laptop for school.

What should I do? I don't really know what to do lolappvalley tutuapp tweakbox

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#2 (permalink)      10/20/2021 11:16:44 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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If possible run memtest86+ memtest.org to get it confirmed.
Get new memory for it, DDR4 2400mhz SO-DIMM. Although it's more likely that it's a chip on the motherboard causing the memory error and then you're pretty much screwed. Take it apart and resell all parts (motherboard as faulty) and get a new or used laptop. If the harddrive contains data that you don't have backed up and want, keep it and get a sata to usb converter (like SKU 4473300 )and copy it to the new computer.
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zarck wrote:

If possible run memtest86+




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#4 (permalink)      10/20/2021 12:11:55 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Does it really matter where the question comes from when its a valid question that someone else might have use for the answer? My effort answering is less than seeing it unanswered over and over =)