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Your memory has more than likely taken a vacation. This is the most common effect when it does and depending on the reasons for it deciding to no longer function for your computer, It may at times work (sluggishly so) but usually not. When it goes... it's generally gone out for the long haul. Your computer still sounds like it's working but the processor just cannot get signals past the memory. When installing memory, make sure that you are using prescribed RAM for your motherboard. Take care to not underscore the amount of Ram you install as some boards utilize onboard memory as it's casche in Video Chips.
Another prospect is that you lost Windows. Try reinstalling it but i'll bet that's not your problem as Windows is pretty good about trouble shooting itself and warning you of a problem. I learned it as..."NO WARNING...NO RAM".
Posted on Apr 03, 2008
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