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It may be the fact that, although you've got the correct type of ram, you've bought the cheaper high density ram and your pc will only run on low density ram.
Remove said ram and log on to the Crucial and/or Orca websites, both are reputable and they have a scan function.
This will tell you exactly what type and how much ram your pc will take.
You don't have to buy from them, but the info is good and the ram would be guaranteed.
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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