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Problems with ga-6veml ram

The system only recognize a memory of 32mb, with any other i got a beep and can no tdo anything, i checked all memories that i used and all are ok and also are compatible. if i put the memory of 32mb and any other the system only "see: the first one.

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  • luis felipe Jan 15, 2007

    Hi tomj23 I'll be back to you with the beeps combination, thanks a lot for your tips

    Hi Sandrews, It would be possible that teh mother board anly accepted single side ram, I'll lock for it and try till now I only replaced double side sdram, and also I try to put a pair of the same same and speed, in fact it was working with one of 32Mb and the other one 128Mb till star the problem, tahnks also for your help

  • tony_tc1 Apr 21, 2009

    OK, got a gigabyte
    mb. GA-6VEML, but whatever type of memory i put in ,it does not seem to
    reconize them , always giving me less than what is actualy on the
    board. At present i have put in one 256 mb, and one 128mb, but the
    comp. only reads 184mb. with one 256 and one 512 mb i have had around
    360mb give or take. At present it has a celeron 902 ghz.CPU. any
    idea's. thanks Tony.(by the way running on XP .)


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As Tom quite rightly says, the beep codes are a clue, but, could i add to the Tom's very helpfull solution, that; it may be your motherboard only supports, either double sided or single sided ram, and the memory sticks may well have to e a matched size pair, e.g 2 x 32mb. If you install different speeds of ram, the faster one will only run at the slower ones speed.

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Hi Luisfe, Your motherboard will only support a maximum of 1GB DRAM and only supports 168 pin, PC-100 or PC-133 SDRAM and VCM SDRAM at 3.3 volts. As long as your modules meet these requirements they should work. Specifically what size and specification modules are you inserting in your two memory sockets? Also when you power up with these modules installed you mentioned you hear beeping. These are *beep error codes*, if you tell us what combination of short and long beeps you hear that will probably help the diagnosis. Once I receive this information I?ll try to help you figure out what?s going on.

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