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Ram issues

Go to solution Solved by Drew Learns Tech,

I fixed it, Tried reseating it a few times and it finally decided to work.

So I'm trying to diagnose an issue with my ram. My 4th ram slot isn't detecting. I haven't had a chance to run in 1 and 3 yet but I will when I get home would this cause long term issues though if it does work. Also I've been having a weird issue of having to reset my cmos every time I move my ram is this normal? Thank you.

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2 hours ago, MangetsuNeko said:

What are the specs of your computer - most importantly, the motherboard and RAM?

Z270 Tuf mark 2, 8x2 3000mhz corsair vengeance ram

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