You are working on a PC that will be deployed in the office. You've forgotten to ground yourself by utilizing an ESD strap, an ESD mat or by touching bare metal on the PC case. While installing a RAM module you feel a static shock and a pop in the case. What is the best course of action to proceed?

  • Replace the motherboard and RAM module before deployment.
  • Swap the PC with the one on the new guy's desk.
  • Run a memory testing application to ensure that the module works.
  • Utilize a new RAM module.

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