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Why does my RAM fail all the time?

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by J-Man, Jun 5, 2008.

  1. J-Man

    J-Man New Member

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    Well I have another 2GB (that's definitely got loads of errors) and it's packed in some anti static bag with a thick layer of bubble wrap round it like OCZ told me to do. I have packed it in the jiffy that which is this:

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    Will OCZ accept the RAM in that or will I need it in a small box?
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    They'll take it like that i sent mine off wrapped in an anti static bag from my old fx5500 and loads of bubble wrap then stuffed it into a jiffy i had no probs.

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    Thanks for your replies, Gam. Thanks for you.
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    No probs any time :)

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    Good Luck J. Let us know how your system responds when you get your new Ram.
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    In the meantime I'm stuck with 2GB which Vista uses about 800-1GB memory idle. I'll post back results when I receive them back yup.

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