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I was previously running 2x4gb rams and I've just recently upgraded to 1x8gb Ram. I was wondering if anyone knew of a way to fix the bottom slot.


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I was previously running 2x4gb rams and I've just recently upgraded to 1x8gb Ram. I was wondering if anyone knew of a way to fix the bottom slot.


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I was previously running 2x4gb rams and I've just recently upgraded to 1x8gb Ram. I was wondering if anyone knew of a way to fix the bottom slot.


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The biggest problem is that on some models, particularly MacBooks, the RAM is soldered on - making removal near impossible and hazardous to.


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Hi, I just found a Macbook Pro at a tagsale (yikes) for $ It looked like it had been dropped once or twice, and it needed a cleaning badly.


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I believe I have found a DEFINITIVE solution to an identifiable problem. I have a Macbook Pro 13" , with 8 gb ram. In the last 6 months.


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The new inch MacBook Pro is not user-upgradable. Well – just for fun– we can use some simple 3rd-grade level detective work, our extensive experience in tearing apart Macs, An Apple Authorized Service Provider can upgrade the memory, but Edwin S Anthony @ pm on June 15,


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Tested RAM slots and found that the second slot (slot closest to interior of computer) is not working properly. Switched both 4gb cards in back.


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The lower ram slot did hold the ram stick firmly, so I don't think the styrene ball trick would have worked. It has been 2 months now. After loosening each of the ram holders screws a quarter turn everything worked properly without any errors. At the end of the RAM clips, there are little round protrusions that fit in a round opening in the side of the RAM stick. Then inserted one on each side of the ram holders, pretty much where this person put the styrofoam. No symptoms occurred with only a single RAM card in the front slot empty rear slot. I used strips of old credit cards as "filler" to insert into the gaps. And his solution seems to work for me too. Purpose of the fix is to fill this gap, thus securing the clips in place. It is a good idea though, just didn't work for that laptop. The correct "snugness of fit" is that the strips don't fall out by gravity if you flip over the machine, but you can easily pull them out with a tweezer. At this model the RAM bracket holder often looses contact with the bottom side on the logic board side you can not inspect without dismounting the mainboard. As I said: it is a quick fix and take care to find the right distance - do no damage your logic board in the process. Show 9 more comments. I had the same issue with my Macbook Pro mid inch. I have noticed, this happened because my mac which was kept my backpack fell down. I think the problem is not the module, also tested it with the old RAM that worked fine in the top slot and tested it with Crucial Apple RAM 4GB that worked fine in top slot and failed in bottom slot. This time it booted, with black stripes flashing in the screen and the boot taking a very long time while the load bar was not progressing hope this makes sense to read. After some testing I saw that having a memory stick in the bottom slot is what caused the failure. Then the RAM slot is bad. I was so happy to read Santiagodelatorre's analysis. Worked for me on MBP 13" Possibly doing a solder reflow via oven heat method would me a more permanent fix. How are you going to isolate the spot you want to reflow. That led me to believe that holding the ram in would solve it, and it did. Otherwise you'll need a new logic board. I'm pretty sure the overflow will fix your board permanently as inoperable. If you shake or bang your MacBook Pro or just type on the keyboard, the RAM bracket holder will not loose contact to the modules. That showed me that it was a physical issue. Or not for long. I should add, this method did make it a little more stable, but once the laptop was moved, it would often crash. Show 2 more comments. Dan danj. The only time a memory error didn't occur was when there was no stick in the bottom slot and only one stick in the stop slot, regardless of what stick. I cut sections out of a thick zip tie. What did i do? I had this problem whenever I moved my laptop from my car to work and back home, I would get the 3 beeps. I solved this problem with a short strip of an old credit card. I layered 2 old credit cards of different thicknesses to fit into the gap. The laptop had been dropped and the solder joints on the bottom slot are different inferior than the top slot, there's really no hope if this method doesn't work. Note on the photos: there are two photos that are almost similar. Whenever both sticks were inserted or only one in the bottom slot, a failure occurred, didn't matter which stick was inserted into the bottom slot. Hard to see, but very real. Wytze Schouten wytzeschouten. As you can see in the photos, these wings have become degraded: they're not smooth like the rest of the plastic parts of the RAM clips. After taking it to the repair folks, it would often work without problems again for a long time, even though they had no clue what the cause was. Jump down to Mayers solution as thats your only hope. Yes, I put the strips underneath the ram slot bracket to push up, and strips on the top to push down off the back case just as in the picture. The old ram was one sick on the upper slot. Sounds like you have either the wrong RAM module spec or the systems firmware is not up to date I would be surprised if it's not already at the correct level. I used hard plastic instead of styrofoam. If the firmware is OK, give us the part number of the Corsair you ordered and take a good image of the labels on one of the modules as well as the memory chips so we can read them and post them here as an answer. Option 2: If you want to use both slots instead of only one - either top or bottom , you can try to put some distance between RAM bracket holder and top case. You need to look even more closely for small plastic 'wings' that extend from those round protrusions. So I took it apart again, and what did i find It seem the CLIPS that hold the stick closest to the keyboard are worn and do not have enough pressure so they do not hold the ram in place all the time, a little bump and the RAM stick springs up like half a milimeter and the problem appears. Both my ram work now. Hey everyone, after having this problem, i found out the problem might not be the soldering at all. Try this: We've had reports that loosening the RAM bracket holder screws a quarter turn each has worked. After you do what Dan says, if it is still doing it. It doesn't look like wear and tear. But those are not actually what holds the RAM sticks in place. This fits inside the cover of the machine, no problem. So that the RAM stick rests against them: flat surface to flat surface. But sometimes it was. Since doing this fix I have not had the issue, not even once. I'll try to make a video or at least a photo guide showing what i mean and post the link it will be my first YT video so be nice hahaha so it shows the fault and fix clearly. I had exactly the same issue. It almost looks like the plastic is just falling apart by itself. It's some kind of bad contact problem with the bottom RAM-slot and I don't know how to fix it. When I replaced it with the two new ram sticks I got the ram error of 3 beeps, 5 seconds of silence, then three beeps again, this indicates that a ram stick failed integrity check. The symptoms would gradually progress like this:. The symptoms occurred whenever I had a RAM card in the rear slot. I have the same problem. I guess I got lucky because this completely fixed my laptops freezing and beeping without sacrificing half my ram. It's getting returned to the jerk who sold it! Photos in a public Google photos album. You placed the contacts plastic strips pushing up underneath the RAM bracket as well right? Strangely, taking the RAM sticks out and plugging them back in was not always effective. Bought two new 8gb ddr3 mhz to upgrade my mbp mid 8gb ram. Make sure its at the listed level or newer. Perhaps the sticks get too hot for the plastic.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Released June , Model A Nawo13 nawo After putting in both sticks the macbook didn't start. Sounds like the original owner had the same issue. Tried didn't work for me. I have a MBP 15" early , had the logic board replaced in the apple program for the video chip, after that, i started to get kernel errors once in a while, all was pointing to RAM, but could never actually find a defective stick and tried many, after a while of seating and reseating the sticks and a fresh install os the macOs it stopped for almost a year with no problems i thought i was done; only to begin crashing, powering off and beeping this week. Self employed contract worker. Thank you very much for this idea, I have not seen this anywhere else in my search for fixing the bottom ram slot. Except in one, the RAM stick is being held down below the plastic wing, whereas in the other, that's not quite the case. Got a 1. With the 4 GB module in place with the system working lets first try checking the firmware. Therefore the problem should be with the RAM contacts, the bottom slot, or the ram bracket holder. Those wings same material, same color as the rest of the clips are meant to be flat at the bottom. This leads to freezes, reboots, stripes and display errors. As shown in the red circle in santiagogdelatorre's photo above , there is a narrow air gap between the the clips which secure the RAM cards in their slots, and the logic board which surrounds the RAM cards. Put it between the RAM bracket holder and the logic board to help press up and a strip on the holder so the cover presses down. Even I had a same issue on my mac, using a rubber spacing between 2 rams has solved my problem with my MacBook book pro mid , its purely because of ram slipping out of the slot.