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Turning on computer

Cant turn computer on--power supply was tested and its fine--on button flashing yellow

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  • eilarla Jul 30, 2008

    How is this done?

  • Anonymous Aug 07, 2008

    this did not solve problem, any other suggestions

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Ram faulty
if two ram installed remove one and see and then remove other one and replace by the first one you removed and clean ram before reinstalling in slot.
this will solve your problem

Posted on Jul 29, 2008

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    Arora Singh Jul 31, 2008

    THE RAM SLOTS HOLD RAM
    YOU CAN THE HOLD ON CLIP IS AUTOMATICALLY FIXED TO THE RAM WHEN ONE FITS THE RAM IN THE SLOT WITH A SLIGHT ON FORCE ON THE UPPER EDGE OF RAM INTO THE SLOT.
    IF YOU WANT TO REMOVE RAM HOLD THE END CLOPS OF THE RAM AMD APPLY MILD FORCE OUT WARDS . THE RAM POPS OUT.
    WHILE INSERTING RAM PLEASE SEE THE PUNCH AREA ON THE LOWER METALLIC STRIPPED SURFACE AND IT WHOULD FIT IN THE CORROSPONDING AREA ON THE SLOT


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