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Change out ram..make sure it's the slot..if so, new mobo is in your future.

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My problum is when i attached ram 1 gb after its system restart and show belue screen and i sure my rem is ok tell me what is problum here????


A) FixYa T.O.S. (Terms of Service) states to NOT post your email address.
The TOS is read when you join.

B) How about posting the MOTHERBOARD manufacturer name, and Model Number?

Also post what ram memory ,manufacturer, and manufacturer code on the ram memory module.

Ram Memory HAS to be in Slot 1. (May state DIMM 1 next to the ram memory slot. Can also be Slot 0, or DIMM 0 )

Slot 1 is the ram memory slot nearest the Processor.
A Processor reads ram memory Slot 1 first.

Do you know;

1) What is the Maximum TOTAL Amount of ram memory, for the motherboard?

2) What is the Maximum Amount for EACH ram memory slot?

3) What type of ram memory is supported?

For an example;
Can it use DDR Sdram at either 333MegaHertz, or 400MHz?
(PC2700 and PC3200, respectively)

4) What ram memory slots have you put ram memory in?

Post back in a Comment.

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joecoolvette

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Dell latitude wont read 256 megs of ram only 128


The c600 can handle up to 512MB of RAM, so it's likely one of your RAM sticks is bad or not seated correctly. Are you using two 128MB sticks? Remove the stick from the second slot and turn on the computer with only one stick installed, and see if the RAM is recognized. Then take that RAM out and try the computer with only the other RAM stick -- if either is not recognized, that stick is bad.

If both are recognized, try reinstalling both RAM sticks and see if the computer will recognize them. If not, make sure they are both seated properly. You may have a problem with the second RAM slot if it is still not recognized. If you have access to other RAM, try that too and see if it is recognized.

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Installation memory problem mac osx g5


Did you install the RAM correctly?
The RAM needs to be installed in matched pairs in a G5. There ar 2 banks of RAM slots. Ram should be installed from the centre outwards. (i.e bottom slot of the upper bank and top slot of the lower bank). Then move on to the next pair.

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Hi my hp compaq d530c wont boot then it beeps four small beeps repeatedly. what could be the problem? it doesnt read the moniter at all


The problem is with your RAM. It is either damaged or its not perfectly fit in the slots. Remove it and clean the slots and insert it back. If the problem remains, replace the RAM.

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Switch sticks around in various combinations (2 gig in slot one, 1 gig in slot two, switch, try other stick, etc) and see if it is the memory or the motherboard.

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3 beep sound-no boot


that means a short in contacts on memory slot, or a component on board melting down.
If this happened it is possible that the motherboard is faulty.
If you are lucky the motherboard will read memory on one of memory slots, more likely it wont read memory at all.
Due to the cost of labor required to test and fix the motherboard usually it is worth replacing it rather than fixing it.
A P4 motherboard starts from around $50, on Ebay you can find tested and guaranteed second hands from $20.

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DELL Inspiron 3500 2nd RAM Slot not reading


since the second slot is not reading either RAM module, then to fix it will require replacement of the motherboard. Motherboards for that system are cheap (Less than $50) but unless you are comfortable installing it yourself, that system really is uneconomically repairable (Cost more to fix than it is worth)

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IBM's may need a bios update to read the 2nd slot do that first, and then check your setup for both slot availabilty. IBM always has, and always will make your life interesting.

got backup for your IBM Thinkpad?

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