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Hi, If again again display problem create then i suggest you change mother board and purchase own device supported mother board. If change mother board then display problem solved, but one step you change RAM may be your RAM device week and damage. So you first of all change RAM then finally change motherboard.
You will need a multimeter to check, there is a proteection component that may look like a transistor( but only 2 leads on it) or what might look like a small blue capacitor. also the diodes at the power circut need to be checked. also be sure that solder conections are secure in the power circut