Question about E-Machines T6528 PC Desktop
I installed 2 gig ram stick,when I fired up pc again the monitor says no signal.
According to this page (a memory vendor which I'm using only for illustrative purposes) your machine only supports up to 1gb sticks of the 400mhz variety. So you would use 4 x 1gb for a total of 4gb max.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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check to make sure you have added the right type of memory. also look at your user manual. it should tell you where and how to place the added sticks. sometimes they have to be added in pairs or have to be in specific slots. also if you dont have the manual it is on the gateway site. you should type in your model and serial number and get all the info you need.
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