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So I was playing a game and my pc blue screened booted it back up again fans are spinning you lights on every thing looks fine no post no signal to my display so I looked in my pc and saw a yellow light on my motherboard and next to the light there was text saying dram probley telling me ram is the problem how do i troubleshoot?

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7 minutes ago, Smackaroy said:

So I was playing a game and my pc blue screened booted it back up again fans are spinning you lights on every thing looks fine no post no signal to my display so I looked in my pc and saw a yellow light on my motherboard and next to the light there was text saying dram probley telling me ram is the problem how do i troubleshoot?

Memtest86.  

Run it from a USB testing each stick individually.

I run all tests 8 times each, for each stick.

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3 minutes ago, TheGlenlivet said:

Memtest86.  

Run it from a USB testing each stick individually.

I run all tests 8 times each, for each stick.

Usb? For ram testing I don't know how to do that

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13 minutes ago, TheGlenlivet said:

Memtest86.  

Run it from a USB testing each stick individually.

I run all tests 8 times each, for each stick.

Oh memtest  I can't get into bios or Windows 

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14 minutes ago, Smackaroy said:

Oh memtest  I can't get into bios or Windows 

take the sticks out and try to put them all back in. If this doesn't work try 1 by 1

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On 10/11/2018 at 4:22 PM, Smackaroy said:

Oh memtest  I can't get into bios or Windows 

Then I'd pull all the ram, install 1 stick in the correct slot (Check your MOBO guide) until you can boot.  If you still can't boot then it's probably the motherboard, not the RAM.

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