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My acer d255-1625 will not post after adding 2 gb ram upgrade. Thought it was bad stick but tried another manufacturer and getting same result. Upgraded BIOS with no change.

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You may have a loose ram socket. If you press on the ram and it moves up and down then that means your socket is loose. The ram should be seated flat and secure against the bottom of the board.

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The Acer Apsire One series only supports up to 1.5gb of RAM. This includes the onboard 512mb, plus a single 1 gig stick. I have this same model, and had the same problem.

Posted on Mar 15, 2011

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    so did it work and how did u fix it??

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