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Looks like the memory is not supported by your computer or the memory is not working. Switch back to original memory works? Sometimes your computer only support a certain amount of memory by each slot. Smaller memory may work. Use only one memory at a time and see whether that works. Basically you might need to contact the memory manufacture and see whether their memory are supported by your computer for your specific make and model. Sometimes they use incompatible technologies which cause the issue. Basically the memory manufacture will know which computer it does not work with although the main category of memory looks OK. I checked your model of computer with the link below. Make sure you get PC3200 DDR SDRAM, not the common DDR DRAM. And according to the operating system a certain amount of memory should be installed for your operating system to start.
Specification link of your computer:
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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