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Old 11-10-2009, 04:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default PC ram help

One of my ram died,
everytime i turn it on it said theres a major error and shuts off my comp (blue screen)
and the slot the ram was in is not working either
so i need to buy a whole new ram because my computer is running really slow with 1gb of ram
My computer is Acer Aspire Am1640-E1510B

The two ram deals I saw was
RMD2-667/2g Kingston 2GB
# 2GB
# 240-Pin
# PC and Mac Compatible
# 667MHz

Or AA667D2DFB5/2G Wintec 2GB
# Type: 240-Pin Ddr2 Fb-Dimm
# Capacity: 2'gb
# Speed: Ddr2 667 (Pc2 5300)
# Cas Latency: 5
# Voltage: 1.8V
# Ecc: Yes
# Buffered/Registered: Fully Buffered
# Heat Spreader: Yes

Which one should I buy? The Wintec one is about $5 cheaper

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Old 11-11-2009, 12:05 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: PC ram help

If you know your ram slot is bad, then you may want to invest the $$ into another motherboard, because if that one continues to go bad, you could use your last good stick of memory as well, if not more.
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