Question about ASUS P5RD2-VM Motherboard

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Only recognises 2 gb when max supported is 4gb...

Is there any way to let it recognise more? through bios maybe?
i looked, but as a beginner is very hard to know.

cpuz regognises correct amount but windows doesn't..

the other thing is it is 800 mhz ram, and mobo supports up to 600something? only, but shouldn't affect at all?

my processor is a pentium D 930, not sure if it's important.

thanks in advance :)


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  • mliu98 Jan 05, 2009

    hi, thanks for the reply :D

    well i bought 2x 2gb 800mhz meant to be kingston, (says hynix on chips :P), original had 2 x 1gb 266mhz no idea on brand. no idea on channels either, would be guessing single channel. i only have 2 slots on the board.

    though the pc won't even start up on the 4gb alone. tried on another pc, and is fine (4gb on cpuz, 3gb on windows, but is something to do with memory remap or something)

    so i mixed the 1gb + 2gb but bios only recognises 2gb which i don't get... i think the mobo is fussy about ram. it seems it is locked on 2gb or something.

    cpuz is reading 266 for the 1gb and 400mhz for the 2gb. i've kind of given up trying to fix it on my own, do you think is a software or hardware problem?


  • mliu98 Jan 06, 2009

    manual says so, but was starting to wonder myself :P all the specs online also say up to 4gb...

    maybe is mobo driver, never knew there was such a thing, i did a quick search just now, didn't find much... bios i updated already and didn't do anything :)

    well, thanks for your time, will probablly be getting a new motherboard soon then!


  • Anand Verma Jan 14, 2009

    Hi Guys
    Pls Help me out I have comp with P5RD2-VM motherboard... recently i have installed 2x2Gb 677Mhz Transcend Ram on that board but the BIOS recognize only 2.5 GB Ram... I have also updated motherboad with latest BIOS...but still the same problem

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2009

    YE....PLEASE HELP US...COZ I GOT SAME PROBLEMS....THANKS

  • ilken Mar 21, 2009

    Hi there,
    have an ASUS P5RD2-TVM/S, 2 slots for memory - had 2GB in one slot and bought another 2GB for the second one - but it is not recognized by the BIOS ...
    Is ther any solution known yet??
    thanx
    m

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Is it all the same exact brand of memory, Dual Channel or no ?

You said its 800mhz ram and the mobo supports 600mhz, is it all 800 or 600 mhz or different speeds. Alot of motherboards will kick it down to match the other sticks some might not.

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  • Quickfx PC Repair Jan 05, 2009

    Are you SURE the motherboard supports 4 gb ? With only two slots on it seems it would only support 2 gb. The ONLY possibility would be to update the motherboards drivers and possibly bios but I doubt that will work. Might be time to upgrade to a new motherboard if you want to use that memory. Hardware problem...

    *Your vote is highly be appreciated. I hope this will help you. Drop me a comment if you still have problems. I will help you.


  • Quickfx PC Repair Jan 06, 2009

    I still don't understand why they made it like that makes me sad, I like ASUS usually :P Anyway Upgrades are always fun, never fails they always come out with something new every month.

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