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The last thing i can see being a problem is that you may have bought high densiy ram and the computer can not take that. High density is lets say 16 Mb of ram on 8 chips, Where as low density will have 16 chips for 16 Megs of ram. It gets complicated but this is the best way I can describe this. Most computers cannot take high density.
Do you know what kind you got?
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
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