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post #21 of 25
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also what i found out that the d14 almost ruined the ripjaws. the metal part started bending in weird places..
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post #22 of 25
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so i faced another my computer will not boot, one of my hard drives. and my 2nd ram slot wont work
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post #23 of 25
no need to triple post. How did come to realising that your hdd is causing you this problem?

EDIT: By the way if you posts pics, they can help a LOT.
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post #24 of 25
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sorry about that, well right now im getting tons of errors from my os drive, and whenever i try to boot to windows, itll get an error then the comp would shut off.

now for the ram, i have 8 gbs total, now one of em will not boot on the 2nd slot for some reason. if i try it, it will just go red and not turn on like the state i had when i first posted this thread.

right now i have one 4gb ram on right now and going through the windows 7 startup repairs, if that helps at all... ill take pictures now of my setup
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post #25 of 25
Sounds like you've not checked the clearance with your heat-sink and your RAM and you've damaged one of your modules.

You said above the metal was bent? Was it the heat-sink on the RAM that is bent or your D-14? Either way the heat-sink on the RAM is pretty tightly stuck on so pulling at it may have broken a link in your RAM module (hence it is not working anymore).

General practice is a clean install of your OS once you change hardware, to ensure old drivers and other software does not interfere with current and newer software updates.
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