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Help - Memory Fault?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by jugalk1111, Oct 12, 2008.

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  1. jugalk1111

    jugalk1111 Thread Starter

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    Hello Friends,

    Please help me !!

    I have Gygabyte Motherboard with two RAM's installed,

    The problem is, My statem is hanging up always, so i removed one RAM from Motherboard then I started system, System is working fine without any hang-ups after removing one RAM, so i think one RAM is fault,

    What should i do now? Is there any software to check/repair faulty RAM's. ??

    Thanks , :)
     
  2. StillLearnin'

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    Take the stick of RAM you removed and exchange it with the one stick in the system now. If it works fine, then move it to the slot where it didn't work before. See if it works. If it doesn't, try the other stick. If it doesn't then the RAM slot is no good.
     
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