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The problem with Lcd screen is that if you see line through them there are three possibiltys 1Your cable connection from the laptop to the screen is loose 2 the inverter is failing which mostlikly you will see backlite flashs and then blank screen or pixcels seem to get lost and return 3 bad screen pixcel lost in hole sections or line or lines than a total lost of screen chech all the connections first .connect a monitor to the laptop and see if you have the same problem if so it may be the video card on the board
I take it that you already have the correct RAM you need. Wiith that, power off your notebook, unplug it, turn it over and your will see the larg cover closer to the right of the notebook. Unscrew the screw to release the memory cover and place it to the side. Be carefull with static when handling your memory card, install the card into any open slot in your notebook. (The memory card will go in the slot at a 40 degree angle and then 'snap' down into place. Replace the memory cover (the large piece you took off at the begininig.) power up you notebook and the new memory should be registered and ready for use. Good Luck.
possible a loose connection, check to ensure you close the drive until a check is heard.check device manager to ensure device is listed and then go to its 'properties' ensure the current devis is recognized.you could also do a remove device,reboot, and have OS recognize a new device.clean the device with a lens cleaner.
In both cases it sounds like it could be a graphics card problem. You could try to find the latest driver updates for your graphics card by searching the internet for the most suitable driver & / or updates. (When software is automatically (Microsoft/Windows/etc) updated from the internet, it may be of versions that are no longer compatible to you Hardware drivers)
Overheating could also cause the problem if you have an older Laptop, with the latest software.