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Put both memory sticks back in the same slots they were in at the beginning and turn on the computer and see if you get the same error you got before this started and we will continue from there.

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Hmm... it still seems to be having issues starting up, now. It's acting the same way as it did when only the smaller stick was in. Should I try alternating their positions or something?
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Now my computer won't start up at all. Any idea what I may have done?

Edited by woefullylost, 17 October 2006 - 10:01 PM.

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