Question Is my pc ok?

Oct 17, 2019
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So I've made a couple of posts about my pc not posting after boot. After figuring out that my ram was not properly inserted (I didin’t push down the bottom part hard enough) I seemed to have fixed the problem, and my pc boots to bios.

Now my question is, the first time i installed my ram, i had somehow installed it backwards. Now before you ask how, my ram slot is a ddr4 ram slot. I would only push it in from the top side, and the notch would lock into place. The problem was, since it was on backwards, i could not push the BOTTOM part down, which probably resulted in my problem of my computer booting, but not posting.

Since everything works fine now, is there a concern that i should be having about my motherboard or ram later down the line, or even now, since i seemed to have inserted it in the wrong way like an absolute moron. Could the issue cause my pc to not work properly when i install windows, or it having ram, motherboard, or even cpu issues/defects down the line?

I'm just worried because I've already RMA'd my mobo, and paid $100 to get it fixed. It has 30 days warranty on it after it being fixed, and i just don't want to have to deal with another dead motherboard soon. My ram has lifetime warranty, and my other components have a couple years of warranty so i'm not too worried. Only my cpu and motherboard don't have any warranty left on them.
 
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It should be fine if all is working properly now.
Yes everything is fine. My 16g of ram is recognized, cpu/motherboard temp is fine. I just need to install my OS which is the last thing to do. Is it a good idea to run memtest86 to make sure my ram is ok?
 

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