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Aded a gig of ram hd will not turn on and shift into a windows bo

Added a gig of ram to emachine with 256 meg when gis was added machine beeps three times when powered on and will not boot

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Check if your ram is okay

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Well about guaranteed your 2 gigs ram is probably DDR II ram which has maximum of four gigs with 64 bit processing and 2 with 32 bit is. So motherboard needs upgrade. 35.00 for good giabit or board with 1000 megs a sec ethernet lan. With ddrIII ram. And upgrade operating system I believe win 8 has max 16 gig ram win 7 uses 8 gis vista and longhorn 64 use 4 and xp normal edition 32 bit uses 2 max. So you about have to run win 7 or 8. Win 7 will become direct x incomparable at some point making us change to win 8. Win8 cost like 300 to 350 and tiger direct.com has good deal of the win 7 pro media center for 75 bucks. So spend 150 on good speed 8 gig ram, 125 bucks for 12 core and at 4 GHz I think. And a board for 35. Reuse all other componets. And you\'ll have a 2500 dollar computer and best on the block. TigerDirect com Electronics Tablets Phones Office Supplies Video Games

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Here are the specifications of the Gateway 838GM: You will have to replace the existing memory with thesesettings only: The machine comes with: 512 MB = 256 MB (removable) + 256 MB PC3200DDR SDRAM DIMMs. Supports Dual Channel DDR Nowyou can only upgrade to 4.0 Gig total. I would recommend going to this link and order the correct memory foryour computer I use them quite a bit. http://www.memorystock.com/memory/Gateway838GM.html Rob

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1024 is 1 gig of ram. Some older motherboards require you to put in ram in pairs but I don't think your system is one of those but if you have manual or can download manual you should check to be sure. If you don't need a pair then yes you can remove the 256 meg stick and add a 1 gig stick or you can put in 2 512 meg sticks. Should run a lot better as windows recommends at least 512 megs of ram.

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Okay, this is what you do, I don't really think that Win 98 supports dual HDDs, but I think I can help.

If you have a IDE Dual Cable (plug into the Motherboard and have two connectors attached), Do you see the mini plug by the connector on the HDDs? (Usually white or different color) on the Original HDD, put the miniplug to "Master" and the second (added) HDD to "Slave" or you may be able to use the "Select" on both.

What I do recommend though is going ahead and burning all of your precious data to CDs and buying a newer HDD.

Instead of 4 Gigs, get something around 80 Gigs.

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=2948583&CatId=134

If you give me the motherboard specifications, you may be able to update your RAM to 128-256 MB

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The three beeps is a diagnostic code. The beeps can represent a range of problems depending on which brand of mother board you have and what chipset it has. You can sometimes find the diagnostics related to the beeps online. The first thing to check is to make sure all your cards and ram are properly seated into their respective slots. I suspect your ram. Speaking of which 256 meg sdram is not enough to run todays applications. You should step up your ram to at least 1 gig and if you are running Vista, you'll need 2 gig.

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One gig of ram is still very low for major gaming. For good gaming, you should have no less than two and preferred, you should have four or more. The card is ok as long as it is 256 megs of dedicated not shared memory.

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