Question about Computers & Internet
I was initially confused about the addition of the Dell laptop in the plot before realizing what you are saying:
I think its your RAM. Did you ground yourself while removing or replacing the ram to prevent static shock from damaging the device or memory sticks?
If not, try getting another 512 stick (pretty cheap) from best buy for your gateway and testing it out. Save the receipt.
Also, post the model of your gateway laptop as some computers can not handle large amounts of ram. Most will only allow up to 2x the original amount.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
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