Question about Computers & Internet
Ok, take your computer apart!! take all the cords that are connected to it off so you dont shock yourself.. take the side to the case apart.. lay the case on its side so you can see into it.. you should see your (RAM) random access memory or aka memory sticks, depending on the computer there should be anywhere from 2 to 4 slots. the memory itself is green it is like a loing stick, what you need to do is take these out, BUT BE VERY CAREFUL VERY CAREFUL!! when you get the memory out take a cloth with some rubbing alcohol on it and GENTLY rub the brown connectors on the bottom of the memory, let them dry them put them back in, put everything back to gether plug it up and you should be good to g. IF THIS DID NO SOLVE YOUR PROBLEM LET ME KNOW
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
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