Question about Computers & Internet
Hello, looks like your friend either installed the wrong module or inserted it incorrectly. A computer system runs a short hardware self-test before loading the software and if it gets stuck within the check(because of the memory module) it won't power up. Remove the memory module(see the smaller of the two covers at the machine's back, unscrew and remove the module)
power up, now the system at least should boot up but will run veeery slow(due to unsufficient RAM-memory).
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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