Question about Computers & Internet
Could be a parity issue. Make sure of the following
Both memory are the same in size (for better performance) and buffer rate (all can be found on the memory card sticker/label.
Note that some can look the same and everything but then then there are not what the machine memory dimm slot takes....you should check in the computer manual if you have any.
Also take the memory out (both) and insert them individually in one memory slot after the other and turn the computer on to see if it works. You may have a faulty memory as well or a bad memory dimm slot.
Good luck and do let me know what happens next
Posted on May 18, 2014
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