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Hi, The memory was originally working fine it has two 512mb in there, I have tried another one from a working ibm desktop and the problem of continuous beep still exists. Please help

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  • raj_randhawa Apr 23, 2010

    These memory sticks have been working fine in the computer for over 3 years, and have been tested in another machine

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Before installing memory module into the system check the FSB of the module it should be according to the motherboard manual

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