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Why my computer 486-66, doesn't open win95 after I replace a 72 pins 4meg Dram with two 72 pins 4meg edo memory.Four slots inside 30 pins and two slots 72 pins.Memory counting is O.K. but no Windows 95. DOS is O.K. also
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Not all motherboards can handle EDO ram, especially a 486 - if it was a pentium you wouldnt have a problem. I suggest trying your old non edo ram and seeing if that solves the problem. My bet is your motherboard is not capable of using EDO ram.

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