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Put back RAM and got no signal to monitor

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#1 zealen


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Posted 18 September 2015 - 07:37 PM

Yesterday I was changing video card and power supply, everything worked fine. Today I installed Win10 on my new SSD, everything worked great.

But I saw that it said that I only had 6 gig RAM, I should have 12, have had that for years. So I opened it up and saw that I didn't attach two of the four RAMs all way down. So I pushed them down and when I started the computer again I had no signal.

I started with take away the small battery on the motherboard, but it didn't help. Tested if the RAMs was broken but when I arranged all four I could see that all four RAMs work in two of the four slots. But no RAMs works in the two slots where I hadn't pushed them down enough earlier.

So are the slots broken or can it be something else that I can fix?

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