|Ok, i'm not experienced in hardware, but i know that there are many different sockets inside a motherboard, i learned that the bad way long time ago. So before inserting the DDR2 RAM, i made sure that it could fit inside the socket, and just by looking at it, it was obvious that it won't fit, so i didn't even tried to insert it. One thing i didn't do was to unplug the pc before extracting the RAM, but of course the pc was completely turned off.|
Is there any proceedure to follow to install the RAM back into it's place? Because i'm pretty sure that i'm not inserting it the right way, even if it's inserted tight into the socket and the RAM locks are on its place.
PD: And yes, i tried every RAM order combination on the four sockets that the motherboard has