Question about AOpen MK79G-N (91.8B110.101) Motherboard
I have bought 1Gb of RAM (DDR 333 PC2700 184 pin) for my MK79G motherboard but it does not seem to be recognised by the motherboard. I have tried taking out the 256Mb memory currently installed and slotting hte new memory in the first memory slot but the machine gives out an intermittent beep when switching on and will not boot. Putting both the 245Mb and the 1Gb memory in together allows the machine to work but only recognising 256Mb.
From my limited technical knowledge I think I have got the correct RAM but I am unclear why it is not recognised by the motherboard - are you able to advise me please?
Hi, I am assuming that the original piece of memory was a 256mb ddr pc2700/333mhz ?
i have looked at your board on the product maker website and it supports memory to 2gb of pc2100,pc2700/pc3200 type memory. Be certain however that the new piece added is the same clock speed as the original that you are trying to use with it. You cannot mix clock speeds, either pc will not boot or it will only recognise the compatible piece. Have you tried booting with just the new piece 9 leaving out the older piece)if yes what was the result. Need more help ?? email@example.com
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