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RAM slot not functioning. Need help/suggestions, Please. (Resolved)

RAM eMachines RAM slot

Best Answer phillpower2 , 03 January 2016 - 09:02 AM

Again you are quite correct, there is no disputing that the OP can replace the board due to it having a defective memory slot but with the following proviso; "you do not need to acquire a new... Go to the full post »


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I am not messing with replacing the motherboard anyway. I haven't the skills or know how. I guess I am just stuck with 2 gig of ram, as I cannot afford a new PC. Thanks to all who have tried to help me, I am very grateful. I guess I will just try and make do with what I have. Thanks again.


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2GB of Ram is fine for your present OS and usage such as browsing, office type work and printing etc, 4GB or more is only beneficial if you are a gamer or use demanding software for video editing, CAD or programming.

 

You are welcome btw  :)


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