Quote Mud on the road:
Thanks for the info and pictures.
I bought the unit new from a shop and they installed the extra ram. Therefore I do not know the best way to get in the unit to check the ram. Any suggestions.
Well, my suggestion was to check the RAM at start up. That way you'll know how much is being accessed. Then you can physically inspect. Here's a thread from another forum with more info about locating the RAM:
The RAM is circled in Red
AS you can see, there are many points to check for Bad RAM. I don't think this is a seatign issue as they are all soldered to the board.
I'm All Ears.
Edited by ken long (23/03/12 10:12 AM)