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I tried to install a new motherboard, and it is not working at al

First, I was just trying to put a bigger memory card and after that it start beeping but didn't start. I checked every card( video, sound, etc) and the same beep persists. I tried substitute with another ASUS p4b266-c that I have, and now is not doing anything at all.

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ASUS p4b266-c has the capacity of 2Gb of memory. DDR1/PC2100 or PC1600.Do not put higher memory or else it will not work. Only 2 memory slots are available on this kind of board. If you have 2 memory cards, just be sure to put the big memory on the first slot.

For example: If you have 2 memory cards . 1Gbyte and 1(512mb). Put the 1Gbyte on the first slot and 1(512) on the second slot.


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Http://support.asus.com/cpusupport/cpusupport.aspx?SLanguage=en-us This is a link to the new board you installed good luck send me more info and I WILL HELP MORE IF I can. Good luck.

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