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Installed new RAM, PC would not boot up.

I have installed a Kinsgton 1GB PC2 - 5300 CL5 240 - Pin DIMM DDR2 667 RAM (KVR667D2N5/1G) to be paired up to another Kingston 1GB RAM (KVR667D2N5/1G - SP) which is exactly the same.
The problem is that the PC would not boot up when I install the ram.
What should I do to let the PC boot and recognize the RAM?

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  • astig_tigas5 Feb 12, 2009

    I Install new 1gb dynet ram only 512 display din i turn off my cpu did not boot now & no bib now what happen?

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Will the PC boot? It may just be loose. Try it again. The PC may not boot if it does'nt recognize the memory.

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