I have an old HP notebook dv6-2150ee that i have successfully replaced its old HDD with a new 256G SSD and the system now works flawlessly 🙂 ... but when iv tried to replace the old 2X2G memory with a new 2X4G which has the following specs:
everything seems to work like normally do at first, the BOIS detected an 8G of RAM and no beeping or error message at the start.
Unfortunately, The problem now is that the notebook freezes while loading the OS 😞
Ubuntu (Linux) comes with a tool memtest86+ that allows you to test memory at the start up, and when i do the test and after a short period of time the system reboot without giving any clues to what just happened, which indicates that something is not normal. I went to store and replaced the item - assuming that i purchased a bad memory - with a new one, but with no luck 😞
thank u for ur swift reply .... i read the thread u provided .... it seems we are dealing with a kinda of Quantum Mechanics phenomena here LOL ... i will update the post as me going forward with the suggestion provided.
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