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1gb RAm Hi friend, I bought a 1gb ram. But my pc wont boot. It does not go to windows. It just hangs after showing the system hardwares. I can see the RAm at BIOS. What will I do?

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Its the common problem in RAM configuration. sometimes it cant match with the old RAM or cant match with the frequency of motherboard RAM settings,Old RAM.

so, you have to check it out the frequency of the new RAM. and also check it out your motherboard slot settings or ask your retailer about this one...?

most of the times, RAM frequency from the old one. please check it or change it another one for this..

thank you.

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