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How to fit more ram

Can you explain to me how to alter the bios please as it still keeps restarting. thanks

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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.
Regards mike @ compurepair.

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