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Having a problem installing new memory. I'm not

Having a problem installing new memory. I'm not sure that I seated it correctly. The computer just beeps when I turn it on, but noting happens. I don't want to break something by forcing it. Trying to install two 1-gig memory chips

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Make sure to open up the RAM compartment and pull out the memory sticks. Once you pull out the memory sticks, be careful to replace the memory sticks properly as the previous memory sticks were located before you removed them. If you are unable to do that, then you may need to take it into a shop for a professional to place the sticks in properly.

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