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My 1gb ram didn't make any change in my pc!

A recently bought a 1gb DDr1 ram card for my pc but it did not make any change in my pc early my pc had 256mb DDR1 ram and now it shows the added ram memory but there is no change in my pc's performance??????????

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Whilst increasing the amount of RAM will help a little with certain applications it will NOT improve the performance of your PC by any noticeable amount.

Suggest full defrag and registry clean up which may help a little.

JKDefrag and CCleaner are excellent freeware programs available for download from the web.

Hope this helps and please rate this reply,
Thank you.

Posted on Feb 19, 2009

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    You obviously know little about the effect a RAM upgrade will have on your computer.

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