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Remove the "new" stick of RAM, and re-insert your "old" stick of RAM, and start it.
If it still beeps, how many times does it beep, and is it a "short-long-short" type of pattern?
The number of beeps is important.
Does the manual for the motherboard indicate that it supports a maximum of 256MB per stick?
512MB per stick? 1024MB per stick? What's the size of the "old" stick of RAM?
Check that the video-card is properly "seated" into its slot, because an improperly-seated card (knocked loose when you changed the RAM) could cause the beeping.
Firstly have you a memory card inserted?
If yes, is there any problems reading files from it?
If yes, remove memory card and re insert, it may just be connections dirty?
If no memory card inserted chances are your camera settings are set to save to memory card.
To change this start the camera and go to settings/options.
Look for default save location. If it is set to save to memory card and you dont have one, that would be the reason why it is not saving images. Either install a Pro Duo memory card or change default save location to 'Phone'.
Hope that helps?