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Upgrading RAM I have a emachine t5026 that is 512mb and i bought a 1gb memory to install in it. i tried to install it but the computer will not load windows what would cause this issue?

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Incompatible RAM could be the problem. The new RAM may be too fast for your motherboard. Hope this helps.

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