RAM is placed reversly in its slot

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Hi All,


This might be a silly question. But I need to clear it out. I know that the RAM can not be placed reversly in its place. If we try to turn and place it in its slot and start the system, is there any chnace of the RAM being damaged.

Just happened to my friend as a crazy person done that. Could you explain why ?


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how did it fit inside when it was reversly placed?? as far as i noe the ram chips are not symmetric around the center
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RAM can be seated either way as long as the connector pins are in the socket and your not trying to seat the non-connective side !! :P

If his system is now causing errors, checked the RAM is seated correctly. If that doesn't work, tell us the make of his BIOS and how many [ if any ] "system beeps" are being produced and we can solve the error that way.

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