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Posted 10 September 2008 - 11:38 AM
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Posted 12 September 2008 - 05:14 PM
When you switch your PC on it goes through its POST (Power On Self Test) and should display how much memory you have.
From what you say, if you fit this exta memory you should see a total of 3Gb. If you don't then somethings wrong.
If say for instance you only saw 2Gb total then this would point to one stick being dead. Remove one of the new sticks and see what the POST shows. If it still shows 2 GB the chances are that you have removed the faulty stick, but if it shows only 1Gb then you will have removed the good stick.
Once you think you know which stick is faulty, try it in another slot on the motherboard just in case the problem is with the slot not the memory stick.
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