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Windows 7: RAM Selection

08 Oct 2017   #11

Windows 7 HP 64

To have different RAM sticks may lead to problems.
If you begin to have BSOD, replace with another exactly the same model.
You didn't mentioned what OS you have (32 or 64bits) but just to be clear, 32 bits doesn't recognize more than 3.2G, even if you have more installed.

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