12-01-2011 05:35 AM
Do you have a kit # or part # for the Crucial RAM you purchased?
12-01-2011 02:46 PM
Along with the previously requested information, we would also need the make/model of your PC and, if home-built, the specific make/model number of your motherboard. You should also provide specific installation details (eg, how many RAM slots on your mobo and what slots you installed the RAM in). However, in your case, I think your best support would come from the company that originally sold you the RAM.
12-01-2011 05:26 PM
Dell Inspiron 560 Desktop.Four memory slots.I tried putting the new one in the slot next to the first and then next to the second one and both times the computer wouldn't start up.Should I try and replace the first chip with the new one and if so,where would the "old" one go(which slot)?Any help would be appreciated
12-01-2011 06:01 PM
Didn't work It seems the two slots that have the chips that came with the compter are painted white and the two empty ones are black.I tried the chip in every slot and as long as that chip is in there the computer will not start up.The 1GB chips that are there already say this on them: SAMSUNG 1 GB 1Rx8 PC3 8500U-07-10-AO and the new @GB chip I got says this: DELL CERTIFIED GATEWAY TECH 2GB DDR3 DIMM 1066MHZ ROHS If its bad,its been bad from the start I quess Any more things I can do,and if I still want to upgrade my memory(which I still want to do) what do you all suggest?
12-01-2011 10:00 PM
Personally, I would send the RAM back for a refund and then I would use the Crucial Memory Advisor to select the proper RAM for your PC. You might also want to try the Crucial Scanner for even more exacting results.