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Can't upgrade to 2GB RAM

My Gateway MT3705 says it will take 2GB of Ram. It came with 1GB (two 512 GB). I bought the correct RAM, I can put one 1GB in and it works but if I put both in the computer won't start. Can anyone help. Thanks

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  • onemulligan2 Oct 03, 2008

    I fixed it by installing Kingston ram instead of Micron. Still can't figure it out but the Kingston worked. Same type of memory.

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I just installed 2 1gb chips in my mt3705 and it works perfect  so it might be a problem with your hardware.

Posted on Oct 03, 2008

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