Problum with Ram stick

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Post 3+ Months Ago

i got this new ram stick from a old digital computer and i tried to put it in my dell 2400 desktop and when i turned it on the hardware seamed to be working but i don't have any picture on my monitor and when i removed the stick everything was back to normal.

is there a way to fix this or just throw away the ram
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Post 3+ Months Ago

What kind of RAM is it? Any markings, numbers on it?
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it is sd ram from a digital computer (don't tease me)
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I'm going to go out on a limb and say that the RAM from the "digital computer" is not compatible with your Dell.

Considering the Dell Dimension 2400 uses DDR RAM, I seriously doubt an old PC is using DDR.

What exactly is a digital computer anyway? Who makes it?
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you know the really old computers that come out and they give them *plum* names to make them look good but they are still really *plum*. well thats it.

well at least i did not pay for it
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I doubt that someone can reply with such informations.
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im going to call you expletive-man from now on....

how did you get sd-ram into a ddr slot?

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