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Re: how to fit more ram
go into the bios.
You should have a setting that says Single channel or dual channel. Usually on the first page of bios.
If the problem persists, without being able to set the bios configuration. put 1 stick of ram in bank 1, and 1 stick of ram in bank 2.
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you need moore RAM.rockuo you got to little RAM from start your program fights ower it.i'am suppresed you succed to install windows 7 with so little RAM .you need to upgrade to 6 o 8 minium.then think of upgrade BIOS.when you upgrade the RAM be SURE you get the right kind.
checksum is built into some Ram. You must have a machine with checksum Ram. I'm not sure if you can shut it off in BIOS or you have to get new Ram. Try changing the sticks around from one slot to the other, making sure you remember where you are going. You may solve it like this.
it look like you have to many ram or set the ram timing rong restrat the pc and press f2 and del at the bigining and after load the bios go to the last exit and make load defaults and say yes and restart and see if you get the problem solve thanks
Open the door where the RAM is fitted and remove RAM from the holders. Look for two metal bars (GOLD?) near or between the RAM sockets. Take a papare clip and short the bars out against each other. Replace the ram close the trap and reboot. That should do it Please rate the help to keep the FREE service online ++++ Thanks for uisng Fixya
try fitting 2 different modules in the orange slots, and 2 different modules in the purple.
Also ensure that you have the ram configured correctly in the systems bios setup page.
If they are cutting out, or continually restarting the computer, you,ll probably have to enable Dual Channel Ram configuration in the Bios.
If your computer is already one year old... try replacing the Button Cell. If it is dead-cell it keeps on resetting your BIOS to manufacturers default. If it is not dead, then the next problem is the memory.