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BSOD Bad pool header after adding new RAM


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You do not need to go into the BIOS, follow the correct procedure to add the Ram, reassemble the notebook and power up as you would normally.
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I'm reluctant to do that cause of the Bad Pool Header error. I did the exact same thing last time and it went haywire...
But I trust in you, so if it goes haywire again, your gonna hear it from the mountain tops my friend...

CK...

Mountain TOPS!
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What happened please.
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Sorry, I had to leave town this weekend. I will be back to work on my laptop on Monday afternoon. I will post my results then. TY.
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No problem and thanks for letting us know :thumbsup:
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Ok, I'm back.
I did it, put in the RAM stick and turned on normally. Everything has gone well so far. I ran through the internet, watched a couple of videos, and played COD, all with no problems. Yet. I will do some other things tonite and post my results. I hope this goes well.


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Thanks for the update CK :thumbsup:

Hopefully we will hear back from you in a couple of days saying that all is well.

Good luck.
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