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By sloanaaron ·
Aight peeps this is how its goin down... as far as ram goes i got a 32 meg stick... the other day i got a 64 meg stick... i put the 64 meg in and booted up my computer and logged on. Next i dial up to the internet and my computer just starts over...im assuming its the ram.... ne suggestions??? thanx Babbage00

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by dmiles In reply to Faulty RAM

If the problem was not there before adding the ram stick then it would be safe to say that
Check to see if the memory is compatible with the 32M you already have and check the bus speed of the memory too.
Take out each stick of memory and reset the 64 in bank 0 and then set the 32.

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by dmiles In reply to Faulty RAM

If the problem was not there before adding the ram stick then it would be safe to say that
Check to see if the memory is compatible with the 32M you already have and check the bus speed of the memory too.
Take out each stick of memory and reset the 64 in bank 0 and then set the 32.

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by rusu In reply to Faulty RAM

Run some diagnostic program first i.e. Norton Utilities or AMI Diagnostic. Run burn-in tests on each suspicious module for some time to make sure it is fully functional. Good luck!

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