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My guess is try to re-seat your RAM. That means touching the side of the case first, then removing the sticks of memory and re-inserting them, making sure they are firmly pressed evenly into their DIMM slots (Listen for the click as the side tabs lock it into place).
If not, I'll go dig up a tech manual for that model and do some more research for ya.
Posted on May 03, 2008
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