Question about Intel Motherboard
You may need to try a few steps here,
1. Switch of you pc and open up you pc cover.
2. Pull out the memory (RAM) from the slot by pressing down the clipsfrom each edge, be gentle will you push down the clips from each side.Remember how it was seated when u pull out.
3. After that, put re-seat back the RAM back to the slot by pressing each edges in, firmly but not with excessive power.
4.Try to switch on the pc after you re-seated the RAM. If no success, youhv to repeat the procedure again, but this time clean the RAM's contactwith a cloth and contact cleaner, then re-seat it back and try again.
*here's the instruction with diagram to show you how to do it.
and video as well
5.If still no sign of success, you might have to unplug other cards, suchas your video card, and re-seat them back, then try again.
6. Worst case scenario, disassemble your motherboard and test it without fixing in the chasis by fising only your power supply, RAM, Video Card, Keyboard, and see if it works.
Good luck mate, comment here to let me know the progress or any success.
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Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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