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help with a 7600/132 please

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tom from az
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i added some dimm's to this machine from a 7600/120 that booted ok. when i started the 7600/132 back up the display is fubar, it's like you can see all the pixels. plus there are two vertical black lines that follow the mouse pointer back and forth. I put everything back the way i found it in both machines and they both act the same. any thoughts on what happened here would be greatly appreciated. thanks.
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Mac Specs: imac bondie blue 233mhz 320mb ram 2 meg vram 4gig HD and a Beige G3 A/V 266 OCed to 300mhz 64mb ram

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check the seating on your vram should be tword the back i had that prob it was a mis matched set of vram pairs
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Originally Posted by leverknight1
check the seating on your vram should be tword the back i had that prob it was a mis matched set of vram pairs

thanks for pointing me in the right direction,, problem solved.
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