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You might not have bought the correct memory. I don't know if you use SDRAM, DDR or DDR-2, but there are different types of RAM within those categories. In SDRAM for example there is ECC and non-ECC. One checks errors, the other not, ALL TYPES OF RAM NEED TO BE THE SAME TYPE ECC OR NON ECC. Also, you may have three slots that take 528MB max for example, put a 1 GB ram into that slot and it aint gonna work. Please let me know what type of memory you had, put in, and type of computer. You can try going to www.cruicial.com if you want to check what type of RAM your motherboard (computer part) will take.
hope this helps. post again if you can't figure it out. PS Try computer recyclers for cheaper ram than Frys or Best Buy.
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
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