Any ideas anyone? Any techies out there? *(It's a SDRAM in a Dell Dimensions, running WIN XP)
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Take it back out and try again. Make sure you put it back exactly as it was before. Then try rebooting.
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Unless you gave it an ESD (electric-static discharge), it should work. Please try re-installing RAM.
Take it out dust it lightly as dust prevents it from re-booting at least that way my case. Then try again and let us know if it works.
what error message you are getting???
From which step your system getting halt??
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