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tmco49

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ok guy i installed a new stick of ram in to my computer and when i turn it on all it does is the Continuous beeping.
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Usually means it isn't seated correctly. Or the wrong type.
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Something about the new memory it doesn't like. Could be faulty, not in properly or the board just doesn't like it. You still get recent systems that still don't like certain types of memory.
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but now it still beeps and i took out the new one but it still beeps
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Try reseating the existing ram, if it still does it try the ram in another slot. The beeping means the system can't find usable memory so either its a bad slot or bad ram.

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