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Can't read memory

When i start ism software the message appears cannot read memory

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You either have corrupted settings in your BIOS Setup or your Ram is bad. Before condemming ram, you should pull the sticks and try and re seat them. Also, some older PC's require bank 1 and 3 or bank 2 and 4. Check your documentation for any order that must be followed. Finally, make sure it is not miss matched ram. (60ns, 70ns, parity, non parity, etc.)

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