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Trying to upgrade RAM - won't boot after new RAM installed

I have the right memory. Trying to go from 1gb to 2gb of RAM. Will not boot after I install memory.

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Install the RAM on memory slot and Switch on your system and go to BIOS settings. There you can check whether your RAM is working properly or not. If it shows no memory installed then the RAM Chip may be damaged.

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