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Sameer Khan_312066

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Ok

 

I tried on two different slots everything is same

What do you think what should I do 


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Gday.

While Phillpower2 is off line, (your specs are missing from your first two posts, so) can you find and post the Make and model of the MB.

Take out the stick of RAM, what brand and model number please?   example, (Kingston DDR3 1333MHz 1x4GB Part No. KVR13N9S8H/4)

Where are you? and I don't mean which room :laughing:   What country.


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Thanks iammykyl  :thumbsup:

 

As above Sameer Khan_312066, you need to replace the RAM with a known good stick or for better performance two sticks of matching RAM so it runs in dual channel.


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Your welcome Phillpower2, :thumbsup:  hoped the info would have been available for when you came back online. 


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Sameer Khan_312066

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Gday.
While Phillpower2 is off line, (your specs are missing from your first two posts, so) can you find and post the Make and model of the MB.
Take out the stick of RAM, what brand and model number please?   example, (Kingston DDR3 1333MHz 1x4GB Part No. KVR13N9S8H/4[/size])[/size]
Where are you? and I don't mean which room :laughing:[/size]   [/size]What country.

I'm in India ☺️

Kingston KTH-D530/1G 2.6

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That RAM is very old,   It was often used in HP/Compaq systems, 

Example, > http://www.ec.kingst...&submit1=Search

 

Upgrade path, > http://www.ec.kingst...&submit1=Search

 

If you can't find the motherboard model, please tell us the brand and model of the computer itself, so we know the amount of RAM it will take.


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Gday.

Been a while since we heard from you!!   What have you decided about your RAM?   An update would be appreciated.

 

Thanks. 


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