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The ram is not the right speed for your computer. please pull it out and make sure it is the same kind you changed it out with. The reason for all the sound is this... When you first start the computer, the fan will be really fast. As it goes into BIOS the fan slows down. So the noise stops. I know this for a fact though. I have gone through this with my computer. Also make sure the RAM is locked in it's ports and the white things are locked at the ends of the RAM. This will solve your problem. Good Luck.
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