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I put another ram in my com and i got a series of beeps and no boot up i was told by a tech guy that it is a memory beep and the part may be faulty but i was told by the manufacturer that it is something to do with the bios

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The new RAM is faulty or incompatible.
Take out the old RAM and see if the error goes away. If it does the two sticks are incompatible. If not the new RAM is the wrong type or faulty.
Get a stick that matches what you have, and you should be OK.
try  www.crucial.com and use their memory finder.

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