Posted 25 January 2007 - 09:36 AM
The first time that I added memory to a laptop I had the same issue. Turns out that I hadn't inserted the chip securely enough. <oops.gif>
With Desktops, compare the stick's position (and the clips that hold it in) to the other stick. It could be loose also. Also, in some systems it's critical to install the chips in the correct slots - is this the case with yours? You can find this out by reading the computer manual (or the motherboard manual if it's a custom build).
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