If you put RAM in the wrong slots on your motherboard, you may experience stability or performance issues. Depending on the type of RAM, putting it in the wrong slot can damage the motherboard, causing system crashes and other problems. If you’re not sure which slots are for which type of RAM, consult your motherboard manual or ask a tech support representative. If you do put RAM in the wrong slot and experience problems, remove it and replace it with the correct type of RAM.
Then, test the system to see if the issue has been resolved. Finally, if not, consult a technician to correct the problem.