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Sorry to say, it varies. More often than not, improper grounding combined with an electrical discharge will just fry something, but not always. As mgorman87 said, if the stick errors in memtest in a DIFFERENT slot, the RAM is almost certainly bad. The only way to be sure is to test with a known good stick.
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