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MacBook Pro - Macbook Pro, Bad ram card? (RL Screenshots Included)


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Working Ram - http://img299.imageshack.us/my.php?image=goodramyz7.png
Bad Ram - http://img299.imageshack.us/my.php?image=badramtv2.png

I ordered the "Bad Ram" from ebay, now everytime I run my computer while the bad ram is in my computer will crash whenever it's under intense conditions (like running a virtual machine, etc).

I've toubleshooted every combination of these two rams I have ( i'm also sure the "slots" aren't the issue). I need to know if there's a certain type or range of chip I should be looking for or if the "Bad Ram" Is truly a faulty card...I mean the teeth DO fit. -_-

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sounds like bad ram. from the picture they're both sodimms that's really about all I can tell.

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