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Take out the ram and put it back on Fujitsu S series LBS6130

Hi,

Nothing come out from the screen after that. Before take out the ram and put back the notebook working fine.

Try to clean the ram and seated back still the same problem....

Please help.

Thanks.

Garry.

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  • garrykhoo Jun 22, 2009

    I tried on both slot but still the same.... I use another ram to test and it's work.


    The ram spoilt just like that.... I take out a lot of ram from notebook but this is my first time the ram spoilt JUST LIKE THAT!!!!!!!!!! My godness!!!!!!!!!


    Don't buy Fujitsu!!!!!!!!!!

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Try reinsert the RAM in another slot. If there are two RAM chips then try reinserting one by one. Make sure that it sits on the slot properly

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