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Thread: How to configure Ram




  1. #1
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    Default How to configure Ram

    Hi there,

    can someone tell me how to configure Ram properly?
    My computer has several problems and I found on the internet that it might be because my Ram isn't configured well.
    Since I recently bought new Ram for my computer I think this might be the problem.

    Thanks in advance,

    Tijs

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    Default Re: How to configure Ram

    Sure we will help but please click on the UserCP tab at the top of this page Then click Edit Signature at the left of that page. In Signature you will want to list your computer parts and motherboard model and memory part numbers and any other part numbers that you can find for your computer. Also it will help to list the power supply and drives and graphics cards pci cards and pcie cards and amount of fans and type of operating system ect... If you put it in the signature it will show each time you post and help us relate to what you have. Like the one I have below. This way you only have to do it once and edit it only when you have made changes.
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