Question about Syntax Motherboards
I bought a computer from my boss about a year and a half ago which he built himself. It only had about 256 MB of RAM (total) on it so I decided to upgrade. I opened it up to get the original RAM chip and look at the motherboard (which I discovered is the SYNTAX S635MP model), then proceeded to go and buy the appropriate RAM chips for it. When I got the chips (two of them at 512 MB each) and installed them, my computer had a nervous breakdown and slowed to a dead crawl! (If that!). When I installed just one of the chips, my computer worked just fine. Is it a problem (as I have heard) with my processor speed? If so, what then is the solution? (I have Windows 2000 professional as an operating system, and have noticed that BIOS is dated at 2003 when I see it in the start-up information).
The bios is not the problem either there was a problem with the poolers on the s635mp boards and you check this post http://www.bluesfear.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=16506 i have the same board and it was fine for awhile then blue screen here we go
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
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