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Ram not working

Two ram with same speed but in my p4 2 4 computer it take only one at a time

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Have you set your bios to auto recognise the ram?
what Operating system are you running thanks

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I want to increase the speed of Which type of ram should I use to increase speed of my pc ?


RAM will not increase the speed of your computer. The processor on the motherboard provides a given speed, such a 3 GHz or whatever. It is possible, however, that you need more RAM if you run too many programs or are playing games that need lots of RAM. Go to your manufacturer's website and look up the specs - it should tell you how much total RAM your motherboard will support as well as which type. Go to control panel, then to system. How much ram you have will be listed there. Once you have this information, you can decide if you want to buy more. I have found it is usually best to get RAM all at the same time, from the same place.

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RAM cannot be detected


If you are installing two or more RAM modules try to use the same make and speed RAM ,sometimes mixing RAM from different manufacturers won't work.
The RAM module may be faulty, try inserting one RAM module at a time to see if each RAM module works before inserting all the RAM modules.
Check the motherboard manual to see if the RAM meets the specification.

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I need to know if the CPU speed can be increased to 1GHz or over and that I have put in 2 memory modules of 128MB onto it but only 128MB appears on the System Properties. Irvin.


You are confusing 2 things, CPU speed and Memory or Ram speed.

To keep things straight forward, cpu speed can only be increased by replacing it with a faster cpu.

Ram, as you can see, can be increased by adding faster ram modules.


Go to either of these websites:-

http://www.orcalogic.co.uk/asp/default.asp

http://www.crucial.com/uk/

Enter *********** board details or request they scan your computer. Check all the information offered, they will tell you what type and how much ram your motherboard can use.

If you can't increase your ram speed to more that 1Gb, I would suggest it time to invest in a new motherboard/PC rather than spending more on RAM.

There can be a whole load of reason why your second stick of ram doesn't work.

1) it could be broken.
2) It could be the wrong type.
3) You may need to update your Bios to accommodate it. Though this is very unusual.

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I have elite mother board P4 M800 PRO M2 socket 775...the problem is always hang and to slow..i reformat 3 times but the problem same plz help me i need assistance..


This are things that need to consider in a computer speed performance:
1. Amount of ram memory(If you have only small amount of memory then your computer performance is poor.)
2. Speed of your processor(You should need at least a 1Ghz processor speed or more).

I suggest you increase your ram memory so that your computer will perform faster.

Dec 16, 2009 | EliteGroup P4M800PRO-M Motherboard

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BOARD RUNS REAL SLOW


i think it is not true. because speed of computer depend processer and ram . u can chang high config . ram than using . it can help little make high speed. temp file can make slow so time by time we remove this file. virouse can make slow computer. if bord is short it make hang computer.

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I have an asus k8v-mx motherboard running only 512 mb of ram what type of ram would suit this mother board and could i fit a 1 x 2mb ram instead of 2 x 1mb?


Dear Sir,

*********** board is Asus old p4 Mother board.It supports maximum 1GB RAM of DDR 400(DDR1). According to your post your computer having only one 512 MB working RAM. If you want good purformance you can upgrade your computer by purchasing another 512MB DDR400 RAM and install it on another RAM slot.If your computer have only one working RAM slot,you can purchase 1GB DDR400 RAM & install it on older RAM place. I think it solves your problem.if you have any problem come back with more information. I will try to assist you more accurately.

good luck

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Ram wont work with computer


Dear user in my observation this is sauses due to two different bus speeds. i mean both RAMs dont have the same bus speed. thats why both RAMs dos'nt work at the same time. hopfully u will understand it

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Ram support


Yes if your going to put 1 gig on each slot it will work because the maximum RAM that your motherboard can handle is only 4 GB and make sure that all four are of the same speed but just incase that you bought a higher speed RAM it will work still but the speeed would be the speed of your lower speed RAM, hope this help

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Hanging after booting


Hanging is just a minor problem of any pc. It just means that the system is hot. Just open up the system unit and make sure that the cpu, system and power pack fans are working. Also clean the system because of dust.

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My First RAM Upgrade-Any Tips


Ah you have found out one of the great things about confusing naming standards. Often times, 200Mhz memory is called 400Mhz if it is DDR because DDR stands for "Double Data Rate".

It still operates at 200Mhz speed, but since it doubles the data it is sometimes refered to (wrongly) as 400Mhz.

On the upside, all DDR-I ram is backwards compatible. So there should be no problems. However sometimes different memory sticks dont play well together.

What I would do is this:

1) Shutdown computer, UNPLUG computer - wait 5 minutes
2) Open computer
3) Remove old Ram stick and replace with the new stick
4) Replace cover, plug in and boot to windows.

If everything works fine, then do step 1-2 again, but this time add the old stick you removed before, and place it in the unused slot.

Again check that the computer functions properly. If it does not, remove the old stick.

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