No sound after installing extra memory, Help?

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    NeetaNPaul

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    My partner just installed extra memory on his pc (he uses xp) and now the sound has gone completely! Does anyone know how to fix this? Please help, we can't afford to send it into a shop.

    Ooops posted in wrong section of forum, sorry... Reposted in Help and support. Thanks
     
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    NeetaNPaul, Apr 26, 2014
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    Elizabeth23

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    okay, will look there.
     
    Elizabeth23, Apr 26, 2014
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    Remove last installed Ram chip:
    See if Sound comes back
    Is it a laptop or PC?
     
    Rob C, Apr 30, 2014
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    Need more info to help you check out problem.. type of PC:
    External speakers:?
    Volume control's...

    Am 5 hours ahead of you. so time is tight.
     
    Rob C, Apr 30, 2014
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    Hi has the problem been fixed?
    :)
    Remove last installed Ram chip:
    See if Sound comes back
    Is it a laptop or PC?
     
    Rob C, Apr 30, 2014
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    @Rob C, problem was solved in the other thread, thanks.
     
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