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please help me with ram problems


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mckracken41

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i got it fixed! i just inserted the RAM too much. the sticks were pressed down too hard. WOOPS! :tazz: thank you everyone here for your help!
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Glad to lean that you figured it out - appeared to be memory related from the get go and reseating is always a good idea. Give yourself a pat on the back and enjoy.

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