You can have hot swap memories in high end server's mostly.Near to the ram one press button switch will be there integrated to the mother board.You have to switchoff that one so that power to the particular memory slot will be off .After changing memory module turn on the switch
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Hi, > Check your Monitor display cable. > Check RAM slot, If noise it has been damage and change it. > Check Hard disk, if any types of noise change because 90% chance damage hard disk then this types of problem show. Change before hard disk all connect cable change and new cable connect. > Finally any device changing before all PC connect device disconnect and some time wait, and again reconnect all device with cable be-carefully. Thanks..
you should start by re-seating the RAM first as this is a common problem. if that does not work re-seat the processor. If all that fails remove all add on cards and memory only leaving the processor and see if the beep codes change. Replace the components one-by-one to find the problem piece of hardware. HERE is a guide from Dell to tell you what the beep codes mean and also some troubleshooting tips.
first thing i would suggest is remove the RAM and clean the golden ends with an erraser and also clean the RAM slot with a tooth brush and than try the RAM chips one by one in all the slots u will get to a point where u know which slot or which RAM is not working
As a first step, I would check to see if the power supply has become defective. There should be no foul smell comming from any part in your computer, so get in there and figure out which part is stinking up the place.
Other reasons for a computer not booting;
defective RAM or poor connection from RAM to motherboard
defective peripheral or poor connection from peripheral to motherboard
Dear Rameez, it means your computer is in trouble.try contacting the customer
service. its usually due to loose connection between the hard disk
cables or your RAM...but avoid opening the cover, call service care