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Comp won't boot after installing new ram. possible motherboard problem?

I had a 512 MB ram stick installed and I got a new one. i put the new one in the second slot and when i turned the power on, the fan came on, the red light on the motherboard came on and it made these long beeps. my monitor wasn't getting a signal. i removed the new ram and tried again, but it still wouldn't boot up. i really hope i didn't short the motherboard out.

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Try emoveing both sticks and blowing into the ram slots then replace 1 stick at a time. if this dose not work try checking all the cables to make sure nothing got knocked out of place when you installed the memory in the first place. (bleeping sounds can mean a lot of diffrent things if the problem carrys on count the bleeps and look on google to see what that number of bleeps means for your motherboard) hope this helps

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