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ADVANCE TSG- Test RM - Physical Memory

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Topic: ADVANCE TSG- Test RM - Physical Memory
Posted By: CyberHD
Subject: ADVANCE TSG- Test RM - Physical Memory
Date Posted: 11 Oct 2010 at 10:18am

Disclaimer: All guides provided are generalized information for personal troubleshooting. None of which are certified by the respective part manufacturers. Any improper installation/removal, mishandling, or negligence on your part, will be counted as physical damage and therefore void your warranty. If you have at anytime concerns or wariness please contact our technician support.

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Physical Memory Test

Determine first whether you have a triple channel or Dual channel setup

The memory would normally be located to the right hand side of the motherboard. (Indicated in the diagrams)

 

To REMOVE a RAM stick: (picture A)

Press the side clips down. The RAM will be unlocked and can be pulled directly out.

To INSTALL a RAM Stick: (picture B)

Align the notch on the RAM stick to the slot. They will only go in 1 way. Once in place the clip needs to be closed down to hold the RAM in place.

 

TESTING:

1. Check if the system will run stable with a single RAM stick or not.

2. Simply remove all the RAM sticks; test 1 RAM in a single slot at a time and then repeat with other sticks in same slot.

3. If no errors are present it may point to a motherboard slot issue. You can try testing the slots by switching a RAM stick in the slots.

***Note: Some motherboard will not start unless certain slots are used. Review over your motherboard user manual for the details. ***



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