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Ddr ram Hi, install 1 gig ddr with the original 256 ddr, burnt ddr slot, pc wont boot. no bios messages, no beeps, no display, would you think the motherboard is damaged

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Welcome to fixya

if something burnt out most of the time the mother board is gone (junk) if nothing eles try to remove the new memory and try to reboot if still nothing happens then you fried the motherboard

sorrry to hear this

have a good day other wise :)

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