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SUDDENLY MY MOTHERBOARD DONT RECOGNIZE THE MEMORY

MY MOTHERBOARD DONT RECOGNIZE THE MEMORY, YOU MUST REINICIALIZE 3 TIMES AND THEN BEGIN TO WORKS, I TEST THE MEMORY & WORKS IN OTHER MOTHERBOARDS, I TRY WITH OTHER MEMORIES & DO THE SAME, GIVES A7 ERROR

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Try to clean your memory slots,using contact cleaner.

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