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My guess is that the pin count on your stick of RAM isn't compatible with the memory slot you have in your motherboard. To find out how many pins you need in your Memory slot look online and find the model and brand of your motherboard. Then go purchase the RAM with the correct number of pins. Just a tip it does require some force to put the RAM stick in the memory slot. Also make sure you are putting the RAM in the right direction.
 
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