Cisco 851W crashes??

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Mar 4th, 2007

When the router starts it provide this message:

"Bad RAM at location 0x00002D58: wrote 0x00002D58, read 0x0000AD5".

Does this message means that the RAM must be replaced? How can we solve this problem??

Thanks in advance.

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ahmednaas Sun, 03/04/2007 - 08:55

It could also mean that the RAM is not correctly seated in its slot. Open the case and check this first.

If the problem persists after that, then you might be facing a hardware problem and need to replace the RAM.

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