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Residual electric charges

I always have a problem of residual electric charges in my PC, does this have an effect on the RAMs, I always try to discharge these charges but this problem persists.

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Re: residual electric charges

Hi, Static electricity is the sworn enemy for Ram Chips.
If your tower is standing on the floor on carpet then place somthing non static under it. If you have you tower on a desk then you may have an earth problem and should take it to a technician asap.
Regards mistyman.

Posted on Nov 17, 2007

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