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Hello,

I have one damaged RAM, and I noticed on the top (Kingston ValueRam 333) there are these square things. One of those "square things" are missing, and that most likely is the problem with it. I can see that it connected to circuits.

My question is: Can I just connect those 2 circuits with a regular wire?

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Matt
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Alright, since I have Kingston with the life-time warranty, can I return it to where I bought it from and get a replacement? Or do I have to send it to Kingston and go through trouble?
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