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Re: Mother board creates sound
It sounds as if you inserted the RAM while the machine was turned on?
You may have damaged the RAM, support chips, or perhaps the power supply if contact was made where it shouldn't have been made.
Because some voltage is present even when the machine is turned off, you should either turn off the power with a switch on the back of the system, or pull the AC plug from the wall if no switch is present, before doing any insertion or removal of RAM or add-on cards.
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Ram comes is strips and needs another slot on the mother board
Take it to a computer repair shop and if the mother board is suitable , the technicians will fit an extra strip
it already has 2 ram strips then you may have to upgrade the laptop
i think you have placed ram in worng slot , check this pic to set ram in correct sport
this is ram slot which have two hoke at both end try to fit your ddr2 in this base, surely it will fit , actully all ddr , ddr1 , ddr2 wil fit in most of board but performance will be vary, so you board support ddr2 ram mean fit the name in this slot.
If, that's the keyword, IF that M-board has an available USB port on the inside, you can plug it in there. But that's really only good if that unit will then fit into an external slot on the front face of the PC itself.
If you know what mother board you have you could check what RAM it can use.
All RAM is installed in the same way, but different types of RAM are keyed differently. That basically means that one type of RAM (for example SD RAM) will simply not fit into another type of RAM slot (for example a DDR RAM slot).
To install ram on a PC Please note - do NOT touch the connector side of the RAM, handle it only by holding the side or top edge 1. check that you have the right type of RAM. do this by lining up the RAM above the RAM slot and making sure that the RAM is the same length as the RAM slot AND ALSO that the RAM's key (the little hole or notch in the RAM) lines up with the key in the RAM slot. Note there might be more than one key 2. open both clips of the RAM slot by pushing them down and out from the center of the RAM slot 3. gently insert the RAM into the RAM slot 4. check again that the RAM and the RAM slot's key's line up, if they do, firmly press down on the RAM on both corners until both clips automatically click shut on the RAM