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Did you recently install the ram, or have you had it installed for a while?
If youve had it for a while, when is the last time you remember windows allocating it properly?
Heres my advice, lets try the simplest repair first. And we can undo this if we dont like the results.
Please press the windows key on your keyboard, or tap the "desktop" icon to go to your old fashioned windows desktop.Then, hold down your windows key and press R ( The windows key is two keys to the left of your space-bar )Then type in rstrui.exe and hit enter.. On the system restore screen,Click, restore my computer to an earlier point, then click next..We want to choose a restore point that was at least one day before the issues started.Carry out the restore. the computer will restart, then let me know if that fixed the issue or not.
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Not a problem, whether this works or not please send a reply tomorrow.
If we need to try more targeted and specific steps, we can. But a system restore should work.
Keep me posted!