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4gigs ram Motherboard wont see the second stick of 2 gigs ram. its saw it when I had 3 gigs. {2 on one stick 1 on second} I bought the same kind but with 2 gigs for second. Total four gigs. Wont see it now. Only sees first stick. Im running vista x64 help dcieslukowski@comcast.net

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  • lostname Sep 18, 2008

    I got the same problem.
    I bough two differene 2Gb RAMS, and 2.5 Gb seen.
    I think it's motherboard problem.
    I tried to use 64bit Linux to see if recognies what the bios don't, ant PAE extensions too. No luck.

    I thing We'll have to wait for an ASUS BIO Fix or th change motherboard.


  • LimonPhipps Nov 09, 2008

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It is my understanding that Vista 32 will not read 4 gig of ram, Only 3. Aslo if you have 3 gig installed it will not read 3 g. the Bios automatically subtracts the video ram, and any other ram installed. So if you are using 256 m of video ram, you will only get 2.7 gig showing.

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I have the same problem. If you find a solution I would greatly appreciate a email at LimonPhipps@yahoo.com


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Posted on Nov 09, 2008

Same here, 2 times 2 gig, only 2.25 detected. Weird stuff I gonna find out why! to be continued

Posted on Sep 17, 2008

I did. both slots are working. Works fine with 3 gig but when I go 2 and 2 it only give me 2.25 gigs:(

Posted on Sep 11, 2008

Switch sticks around in various combinations (2 gig in slot one, 1 gig in slot two, switch, try other stick, etc) and see if it is the memory or the motherboard.

Posted on Sep 11, 2008

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What's your problem?bit ix38 quad gt motherboard with 2 gig of ddr2 ram i want to add a 1 gig stick of more ram that ive bought how do i do this? thanks windows seven


Top view of motherboard, scroll down. (Thought you might also like to read the reviews, and Comments)

http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/motherboards/2007/12/06/abit_ix38_quadgt/2

Motherboard User Manual,

http://www.theraptorpit.com/forum/index.php?/forum/124-abit-motherboard-tech-support-unofficial/

1) On the motherboard the Blue ram memory slot that is closest to the copper heatsink, is ram memory Slot 1.
Also known as DIMM 1.

Ram memory ALWAYS has to be in this ram memory slot.
The Processor reads ram memory Slot 1 first.

2) The Blue ram memory slots are Slot 1 (DIMM 1), and Slot 3.
(DIMM 3)
The Black ram memory slots are Slot 2 (DIMM 2), and Slot 4.
(DIMM 4)

To run Dual Channel ram memory, means there are two LIKE ram memory modules ('Stick'), and they are installed in the SAME channel.

This would mean to alike ram memory modules, in both Blue ram memory slots, or both Black ram memory slots.

Since the ram memory modules need to be alike, they are generally purchased from the same manufacturer, and are the same kind.

Running ram memory in a dual channel configuration, is supposed to increase ram memory 'speed', up to 30 percent.

This is Baloney!
May look good on paper, but in actual use in the field it's cr@p.
Actual performance increase is more like 1 to 2 percent.
This has been proven by Tom's Hardware, and many, many motherboards, ram memory, Processors, etc.

So you have 2GB of DDR2 Sdram, huh?
Is it just one 'stick' of ram memory, or are you referring to two 1GB sticks?

If the above holds true install them in Slot 1 and Slot 3.

If not, and it is a 2GB stick of ram memory, be sure it is installed in Slot 1 (DIMM 1)
Install the 1GB stick in Slot 2.

It isn't the same as the 2GB stick.
It is 1GB.
Does NOT go in a dual channel configuration.

(Catching all this? There is NO dual channel ram memory!

It is ram memory that is -> ALIKE, and used in a -> dual channel configuration.
Used in two separate ram memory slots, that support the dual channel configuration.

Sold with the advertising scheme of 'Dual Channel', but really just means the two ram memory modules, (Or four), are -> alike.

1) Same Voltage used
2) Same Ram Timings
3) Same Chip Configuration
4) Same size in amount
5) Same frequency rate ('Speed')

With ram memory in a dual channel configuration, the ram memory modules team up on the task.)

For additional questions please post in a Comment.

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joecoolvette

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Bought 2 gigs of RAM but Pavillion NY801AV-ABA p6100z doesn't recogize it.


I hope I can help!
Now, without knowing exactly what kind of ram you purchased, I cannot tell you for sure what the problem is, but this is the most likely, and most common problem. That is to say, your computer probably does not support whatever kind of RAM you purchased for it.
There are Multiple kinds of RAM (DDR, DDR2, DDR3 - not including older variations), and many different speeds. Each motherboard in every computer can run only certain kinds of RAM, and supports certain speeds. Sometimes a motherboard will support multiple speeds, but some are more limited.As far as the type, most motherboards will only physically support one type, so that should not be a problem as any other kind simply should not fit. Looking at the specs of your computer, it is also possible that your computer limits the size of a stick of RAM that must be placed in each spot (It looks like you cannot have a stick of less than 2 gigs in any spot). That is probably not the problem as you purchased 2 gigs of RAM. It should also be noted that your computer supports a maximum of 4 gigs of RAM.
All of that being said, the most likely problem is that you accidentally purchased the wrong speed of RAM. Looking at the specs of your computer, the only speed it supports is DDR 2 PC2 - 6400. It would probably be best to return the RAM your purchased and get some DDR2 PC2 - 6400 RAM. If this does not describe your problem, or if there is more to it, please ask!
I hope that helps!

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Thanks for asking FixYa for help. My name is Jeff and I will be assisting you today.

If you are using the same motherboard as the first one, what you are experiencing is too weird to worry over. Is it still under warranty? I'd say you have proved that the MB is deffective. Take it back for a refund or exchange.

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running triple channel memory with more than 3 DDR3 1600 sticks installed (4-6) cuts the memory speed in half. you have to run with 3 sticks at a time in triple channel mode or you will see a reduction in ram speeds.

OCZ is making some good 4 gig ram sticks. they have a 12 gig triple channel memory kit with 3x4gig sticks. you could get 2 of these kits and have your 6 sticks- 24 gigs total, but your memory frequencies will be lower- your ram access will be slower.

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DDR2's only showing half installed RAM


IF THE SYSTEM SAYS YOU HAVE 1GB RAM THAN YOU HAVE 1 GIG OF RAM, EVEN THOU SOMEONE TOLD YOU YOU HAD 2-512MG=1GB.

HERE IS HOW I SEE WHAT YOU ARE SAYING YOU HAVE 2-DDR-2 1 GIG STICKS THAT MEAN IF 1 IS INSTALLED THAN YOU HAVE 1 GB AND IF YOU COULD GET 2 STICKS WORKING TOGETHER THAN YOU WOULD HAVE 2GB RAM.
1 CHIP SET = 1GB RAM
2 CHIP SET = 2GB RAM

YOU MOTHERBOARD MAY NOT ALLOW THAT MUCH RAM, OR WHAT I MEAN THE BIOS MAKE UP THE AMOUNT OF RAM.

TO RULE OUT ANY BAD CHIP SETS OR GOOD RAM OR BAD RAM.

TAKE THE PEACE OF RAM THAT IS WORKING OUT AND REPLACE IT WITH THE OTHER PEACE AND SEE IF IT WILL RUN.
IF IT WORKS THAN LEAVE THAT ONE IN PLACE AND INSTALL THE SECOND PEACE IN THE SECOND SLOT.
IF BOTH CHIP SET ARE GOOD THAN BOTH SHOULD WORK OKAY TOGETHER.
IF THERE IS A PROBLEM, IT MAYBE SOME DUST IN THE MEMORY LOTS
OR THE SLOT MAYBE DAMAGED.
OR
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see the details.

System memory1,2
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2 gig ram stick


Absolutely, 2 Gigs stick of RAM exist. Unfortunately your motherboard's maximum memory supported is 2GB. This site specifies very clearly 1 gig stick max per slot:
http://www.crucial.com/store/listparts.aspx?model=P5VD2-MX+SE

A.J.

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