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I have purchashed additional ram (ddr 400 pc3200 1gig) after installation the pc locks up and informs that new hardware has been found! what do i do next?

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Hi,

Generally this will happen when you install the RAM with diff specifications or unsupported size (MBs).

Points to be noted before replacing the RAM:

* Maximum memory supported by your computer.

* Memory specifications compatiblity.

You can get the memory module specfications of your computer from its manufacturer.

If this is happening even after installing the correct RAM then you have to try with diff brand RAM.

While manufacturing the RAM, they have to follow many standards. If they won't follow those standards, then this issue may accout. So, check with another brand.

Pls reply if you need more information

Posted on Aug 09, 2008

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