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I have 2x1Gb of DDR2-800 RAM. when slot in these two ram to the motherboard i can boot up my pc as usual, but there is not output screen even my mouse and keyboard have no light. when i took out 1GB, everything just fine. any clue what is happeining?

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I think that one module is malfunctioning.

Check it with a tool called memtest86:
http://www.memtest.org/#downiso

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