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Pc hardware my pc had display problem beep sound copming from pc i removed ram and cleaned the dust and i kep the ram sound is not coming from it but getting display problem can u have soltion plz forward

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Not a great problem. take your RAM again and rub the portion which is to inserted in RAM slot with a clean white rubber. now insert it well. after inserting the RAM pull it and make sure the RAM is inserted well. now if again the problem prevails try each RAM individually. even if one RAM has problem the botting wont happen.
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