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No appear on the monitor

Change my cpu from p4 2.0Ghz to p4 2.4Ghz,after i change thsres no appear on the monitor.My ram is only 128ddr 266,is my ram is the problem coz 8s only 128mb?

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Re: no appear on the monitor

In xp yes need 256 mb to start least 1 gb to move nice

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