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TheFlames

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ok heres the deal ive been using 1 stick of ram 512mb pc 3200 (azenram) and i wanted another 1 so i bought the same thing same brand and all and i puted in then i checked in system to make sure it says 1gig and it do so i started playing world of warcraft but the sec i enter the game my comp restart or it quits the game and says theres a fatal error and needs to close so i tryed call of duty 2 and my computer restarted again then i tok out the new ram and played WoW without a problem and when i puttted again it happened again i dotn have a clue why its doing that since my motherboard can take up to 2gig of ram if any1 can help me would be fun thx
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I would run memtest on the ram. You may have a weak stick in the second one. Have you tried swapping the ram in the slots? I have not had much luck with nonome branded memory so i stick with crucial or a known good brand.

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well the problem is that i have already thought it might be broken or so so i exchanged it for another 1 and it still do that and my friend told me that azenram was a good brand so i opt wiuth it and no i didnt swap the sticks im about to find out
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