Quote: Originally Posted by M1GU31
Quote: Originally Posted by flohr4233
I just tried what you said and it restarted with both rams upon startup of CoD MW3. So i guess the RAMs ain't the problem?
No no, try with one stick of ram and run the game, if it crashes then restart and take out that stick and put the other one in. If it works then the other ram is faulty. Don't just restart with both sticks already in, do one by one.
Thank you M1GU31, as I stated before... English is not my first Language and I wish I could have explained it as simple as you did from the beginning
@flohr4233... yes, we need to load up your PC to test the RAM and find out if one of the sticks is faulty. But if you try it with both of the sticks then you will never know which one is bad or if both of them are bad.
Again, sorry for not explaining this easily.