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I agree with Mayer you are getting a RAM error (3 beeps). The reason I had asked if you has gotten your banged or wet is to try to understand if it was something you might have been able to repair your self.
-At this point I suspect the cover crushed the down on the RAM and the socket in the process damaging the socket. Often you can see the black plastic grounding spacers is broken near the socket: [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/4GDqP4iVT3qafODP|RAM & Socket] just below the the RAM in this picture. At this point pull the RAM module in the upper socket to see if that helps here. If it does you'll need to use it this way. Maybe getting a denser RAM module to make up for the loss of the upper if you can. Or look at getting a new logic board as these sockets are not really replaceable. Sorry ;-{
+At this point I suspect the cover crushed down on the RAM and the socket in the process damaging the socket. Often you can see the black plastic grounding spacers is broken near the socket: [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/4GDqP4iVT3qafODP|RAM & Socket] just below the the RAM in this picture. At this point pull the RAM module in the upper socket to see if that helps here. If it does you'll need to use it this way. Maybe getting a denser RAM module to make up for the loss of the upper if you can. Or look at getting a new logic board as these sockets are not really replaceable. Sorry ;-{

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I agree with Mayer you are getting a RAM error (3 beeps). The reason I had asked if you has gotten your banged or wet is to try to understand if it was something you might have been able to repair your self.
-At this point I suspect the cover crushed the down on the RAM and the socket in the process damaging the socket. Often you can see the black plastic grounding spacers is broken near the socket: [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/4GDqP4iVT3qafODP|RAM & Socket] just below the the RAM in this picture. At this point pull the RAM module in the upper socket to see if that helps here. If it does you'll need to use it this way (maybe getting a denser RAM module to make up for the loss of the upper if you can) or look at getting a new logic board as these sockets are not really replaceable. Sorry ;-{
+At this point I suspect the cover crushed the down on the RAM and the socket in the process damaging the socket. Often you can see the black plastic grounding spacers is broken near the socket: [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/4GDqP4iVT3qafODP|RAM & Socket] just below the the RAM in this picture. At this point pull the RAM module in the upper socket to see if that helps here. If it does you'll need to use it this way. Maybe getting a denser RAM module to make up for the loss of the upper if you can. Or look at getting a new logic board as these sockets are not really replaceable. Sorry ;-{

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I agree with Mayer you are getting a RAM error (3 beeps). The reason I had asked if you has gotten your banged or wet is to try to understand if it was something you might have been able to repair your self.
-At this point I suspect the cover crushed the down on the RAM and the socket in the process damaging the socket. Often you can see the black plastic grounding spacers is broken near the socket: [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/4GDqP4iVT3qafODP|RAM & Socket] just below the the RAM in this picture. At this point pull the RAM module in the upper socket to see if that helps here. If it does you'll need to use it this way (maybe getting a sensor RAM module to make up for the loss of the upper if you can) or look at getting a new logic board as these sockets are not really replaceable. Sorry ;-{
+At this point I suspect the cover crushed the down on the RAM and the socket in the process damaging the socket. Often you can see the black plastic grounding spacers is broken near the socket: [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/4GDqP4iVT3qafODP|RAM & Socket] just below the the RAM in this picture. At this point pull the RAM module in the upper socket to see if that helps here. If it does you'll need to use it this way (maybe getting a denser RAM module to make up for the loss of the upper if you can) or look at getting a new logic board as these sockets are not really replaceable. Sorry ;-{

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I agree with Mayer you are getting a RAM error (3 beeps). The reason I had asked if you has gotten your banged or wet is to try to understand if it was something you might have been able to repair your self.
-At this point I suspect the cover crushed the down on the RAM and the socket in the process damaging the socket. Often you can see the black plastic grounding spacers is broken near the socket: [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/4GDqP4iVT3qafODP] just below the the RAM in this picture. At this point pull the RAM module in the upper socket to see if that helps here. If it does you'll need to use it this way (maybe getting a sensor RAM module to make up for the loss of the upper if you can) or look at getting a new logic board as these sockets are not really replaceable. Sorry ;-{
+At this point I suspect the cover crushed the down on the RAM and the socket in the process damaging the socket. Often you can see the black plastic grounding spacers is broken near the socket: [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/4GDqP4iVT3qafODP|RAM & Socket] just below the the RAM in this picture. At this point pull the RAM module in the upper socket to see if that helps here. If it does you'll need to use it this way (maybe getting a sensor RAM module to make up for the loss of the upper if you can) or look at getting a new logic board as these sockets are not really replaceable. Sorry ;-{

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I agree with Mayer you are getting a RAM error (3 beeps). The reason I had asked if you has gotten your banged or wet is to try to understand if it was something you might have been able to repair your self.
-At this point I suspect the cover crushed the down on the RAM and the socket damaging the socket. Often you can see the black plastic grounding spacers is broken near the socket: [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/4GDqP4iVT3qafODP] just below the the RAM in this picture. At this point pull the RAM module in the upper socket to see if that helps here. If it does you'll need to use it this way (maybe getting a sensor RAM module to make up for the loss of the upper if you can) or look at getting a new logic board as these sockets are not really replaceable. Sorry ;-{
+At this point I suspect the cover crushed the down on the RAM and the socket in the process damaging the socket. Often you can see the black plastic grounding spacers is broken near the socket: [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/4GDqP4iVT3qafODP] just below the the RAM in this picture. At this point pull the RAM module in the upper socket to see if that helps here. If it does you'll need to use it this way (maybe getting a sensor RAM module to make up for the loss of the upper if you can) or look at getting a new logic board as these sockets are not really replaceable. Sorry ;-{

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I agree with Mayer you are getting a RAM error (3 beeps). The reason I had asked if you has gotten your banged or wet is to try to understand if it was something you might have been able to repair your self.

At this point I suspect the cover crushed the down on the RAM and the socket damaging the socket. Often you can see the black plastic grounding spacers is broken near the socket: [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/4GDqP4iVT3qafODP] just below the the RAM in this picture. At this point pull the RAM module in the upper socket to see if that helps here. If it does you'll need to use it this way (maybe getting a sensor RAM module to make up for the loss of the upper if you can) or look at getting a new logic board as these sockets are not really replaceable. Sorry ;-{

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