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The Biostar i945GZ 775 SE supports RAM a maximum of 2GB using its two
240-pin DIMM slots, each can be populated by a 1GB stick. The board
supports DDR2 400 or 533. With two identical RAM sticks installed, the
board will switch in dual-channel mode operation.For the support of processor, the board can accommodate Intel Pentium 4,
Core2Duo and Pentium D, even Celeron D, all with clock speed up to
3.8GHz; and all are based on a LGA775-pin socket architecture. use an
Intel Pentium D 820 2.8GHz (dual-core, Smithfield) processor on this
board. use the following components to complete the system:
CPU: Intel Pentium D 820 (Smithfield) 2.8GHz, dual-core
RAM: Hynix PC2-3200 2x512MB (1024MB) DDR2 400
HD: Seagate SATA-I Barracuda 7200.8 250GB
CD/DVD-ROM Drives: HP dvd640, Phillips DVD-ROM
If you are using Dual Core the mother board you are using may have PCI Express Slot. So that you may install Graphics card. Only for particular lower end mother board doesn't have this feature. Any way tell me your motherboard make and model no. e.g., Intel DG31PR, 945GNT, DG41TY etc.,
yeah it should be okay, just get a linux cd like susie or ubunto and makesure you have another partition to run it on , however you can run it without installing it just playing it from a CD. I suggest you go to this link for more info:
Did you get an error message during install of the (system with the SATA 160GB drive)? Make sure the 160GB drive is shown in the bios. Than go to the title, Boot in the bios & make sure the SATA 160GB is listed in the boot order. (Preferred 3rd. boot device) Please go to the SATA drive's manufactures site & download either their bootable floppy or CD setup software. (It’s free)! Use their software to setup the FAT & cluster size on the drive. You can even set other features that neither the bios or windows can do. Format the 160GB drive with the software as well. The manufacture's software does a better job than windows. If the 160GB drive is a SATA 2.0 leave the jumper on the drive alone. The Desktop Board supports four Serial ATA channels (3.0 GB/s) via ICH7, connecting one device per channel. Again, please run the manufactures setup software for your SATA 160GB drive. (Disconnect any other drives that may be in the system until windows is installed). Intel's web site here: http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Product_Filter.aspx?ProductID=2839&lang=eng
Good luck ameyaniks! If I missed something, just let me know. Mike