Hello, My PC had crashed lately and was unable to turn it on(made some beeps)after some online research I found out it was one of my RAM sticks was burnt and after removing it and a fresh Win7 install, everything is working now.
Now I only have one stick of 2GB RAM and with Win7 I don't get the best performance...
I have a spare PC(with the same motherboard), that's not working properly
but I think has good RAM sticks(two 2 GBs), I want to add these RAM sticks to my PC and replace the one I got left(I know it's best to install pairs of same type RAMs and not to mix them).
My questions are:
If I take these RAMs can it damage my PC because they have some stored data/settings from the spare PC?
(Although I know RAMs are not like hard-drives - that store data after shut-down PC)
Can I just remove my old RAM stick and install the spare RAMs?
(using an online guide to install the RAMS from the spare PC, as if they were new)