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Ok, let's take a look at this;
This is my first thought's, you may have a loose stick of memory or a bad stick; I would shut down everything, unplug it, then open the case. Flip flop the ram, then if that doesn't work, try removing one, then try to boot, again if that still doesn't work, flip the memory using the one you pulled.
Understand if this is a New computer it may still be under warranty, if you attempt to do this, it may cause your warranty to be void. If it is under warranty, you should have them do the work for you
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