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Compaq Presario AMD Turion 64 X2 Dual-Core TL-56

I have 2 of these models that I just bought and also got 2 gig sticks to put into them.Tried different configurations and got the same result every time. After I put them in, the computers would continually shut off. The power light would come on and then after a few seconds,would shut back off and try to start again.I tried the sticks in 2 other compaqs with the same results.The RAM was made by Buffalo.

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