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Depends on the motherboard and chipset mainly. Some chipsets/motherboards will not handle 4gb of ram. IF you're running Windows Vista 64-bit it has a serious problem with 4gb of ram and need updated manually before you can run it with 4gb of ram. Most other operating systems can handle it without updates.
Check dimms by booting up with each one in a dimm. If they all start, then it's a compatiblity error with either the operating system or possibly the chipset if the BIOS POST tests do not commence.
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
First need more info on your setup. your puter may not support 4gb. If it does do you have the right ram. Make sure ram is same type. If so take ram out & reseat it. Make sure to shut down & unplug power from back of computer. If this does not work try putting one stick in & start puter
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