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hurst212

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if your ram is kinda messed up and it keeps showing a blue screen could you fix the ram with or program or 4getit buy new ram.
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If the RAM chip has been tested and it is bad, there is no way for you to fix it. If its under warranty; exchange it or buy new ram.
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what is da easiest you think you can check to test your ram.
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Follow this link for a diagnostic program from Microsoft that will test your Ram.

http://oca.microsoft.../en/windiag.asp
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