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Thread: New Ram Dont Work!! Need Help!!

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Feb 2005

    Question New Ram Dont Work!! Need Help!!

    hi.....i just bought a kingston 512mb ram and the shop dealer told me it's freq is 400 (which i dont wat it means....i am a computer idoit :p)

    i installed it and i kept getting a blue screen.....

    then i took out the original ram (which is 512 mb, 266 frequency, kingston too) and use the new ram....the pc show: detecting floppy disk, insert system disk....something like tat.....

    so now the question is: is the new ram spoilt or the new ram is not compatible or some other reasons??

    thx in advance for any help!!!!

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Oct 2004
    British Columbia, Canada

    Default Re: New Ram Dont Work!! Need Help!!

    If you know your other system configurations it would hlep us greatly.

    Usualy problems like this are due to incompatbailities. However a faulty PSU(power supply) could also be the problem though doubtful in this case.

    The "Please insert system Disc" usualy appears when a hard drive is damaged, pluged in wrong, configured improperly, or there are corupted system file(s).
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