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Ibm netvista 6794 ram upgrade problems

Systen will not accept full upgrade to 1.5 gb ram. windows flashes briefly then a screen w/blue type the defaults to the setup/ device startup utility.?????? works fine with 2 sticks 1gb tried all variations of the 3 all work but not all three at once

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  • Christopher Sherwood
    Christopher Sherwood May 11, 2010

    Are you sure that the ram you are using is fully compatible?

    When does it BSOD? - nicknamed Blue Screen Of Death which the the blue screen with white writing.


    Is the system old because sometimes when you mix new ram with old ram, the system dont like it and crashes?

    you may also need to upgrade your BIOS to hande more ram.

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CL- pc13 memory is reccomended. 512k memory sticks of the pc133 variety give a lot of users problems, you have to find a specific type of memory when installing 512k chips. to get all 3 to work, i sugfgest using 3 sticks of the exact same type (same memory modules on each stick)

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