You’ve recently upgraded the RAM modules in a personal computer by adding an additional 1 GB stick of memory to increase the amount of available memory from 1 GB to 2 GB. However, when rebooting the system you find that the computer will only recognize the original 1 GB of memory. What might be a cause of this problem? Pick the two best answers.
A) The new RAM module isn’t properly seated into the memory slot
B) The additional RAM module speed is too slow for the motherboard
C) The RAM drivers aren’t yet configured in the operating system
D) The new RAM module specifications are incorrect
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