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  1. I recently bought another 16gb of ram for my pc.(Note: I already have 16 gb of ram in my rig.) I open task manager and it reads as 32gb of ram. So everything should be fine right? Well i open up cpu z and wanted to double check to make sure it was reading it properly. I open the Memory tab and it does say I have 32gb of ram. But the problem is its reading it as dual channel when i have 4 sticks in it? My only questions is: Will i be able to use the other 16GB of ram in my pc even though it says its running in dual channel? Here's my pc specs listed below. All i really want to use is the extra
  2. I would try that but i came to a conclusion that its pretty much dead. It doesnt even read as 240gb anymore. It reads it as 505MB max.
  3. Its a WD Green 240GB Internal PC SSD - SATA III 6 Gb/s, 2.5"/7mm - WDS240G2G0A. Even crystaldisk reads it really weird. I think its pretty much dead and cant save it anymore what a shame.
  4. So my windows decided not to boot up one day and had to reinstall windows on a different drive. I was wondering if the SSD didn't work anymore or if it was windows. After I got done installing windows on my HDD, my SSD would not show up in my windows explorer. So I looked it up online and realized that you had to do something inside the disk management. Windows read my SSD on the disk management but it shows up as disk 1 and only says online. It doesn't show how much GB my SSD has nor it even shows up as a disk that can be used to save filed. It shows up as Disk 1 Basic, and it's showing up as
  5. So I tried that and nothing happened either. The only solution I can think of is to reinstall windows or repair it
  6. I also tried that booting into my SSD where my windows is located.
  7. Also do you mean as unplug everything from the mobo?
  8. I overclocked in the MSI afterburner. Also I didn’t buy it from anyone else
  9. 1 I have not tried booting into windows without the graphics card in. 2. I tried unplugging and replugging the SSD in 3. I reset the bios to default settings in the bios and I haven’t actually tried to reset the CMOS on the motherboard. Frankly because I don’t know where it’s at. I do have an extra laptop laying around my house somewhere but I can’t seem to find it.
  10. Core I7-8700 ADATA 16GB 2666 MHz 256GB SSD 1TB hard drive GTX 1060 6GB a B360M Xtreme motherboard