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RAM Problem my computer mother board is gigabyte brand. model name is VIA P4M266A. Problem is my computer is not working. when i remove the ram its give bip sound. when i add ram there is no sound and no display. Help me

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Read the motherboard manual carefully and check the compatible clock rates for the Ram then see if your Ram is compatible with your board. if it is insert the Ram back again and remove PS connection, IDE, SATA and all Expansion Cards except for the VGA Card and keyboard. Reset the CMOS chip then plug in the PS to your board and power up your PC. If it work it should give you one Beep and your PC will start the bootup process and notify you that your CMOS setting have changed.

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The most likely cause is the RAM is not compatible with the motherboard.

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I dont have mother cd with me and i need to install the mother board cd in my computer becoz display are not working properly


Your board has Socket 754, VIA K8m800 and KIA VT8237 chipsets With Realtek sound. S3 Graphics Unichrome. This is Gigabytes link to downloads. I ahve entered your info but will outline for you.;
http://www.gigabyte.us/support-downloads/download-center.aspx
Option 1
1 Select Product catagory Motherboard
2 By socket- socket 754
3 By chipset-VIA K8M800
4 Model Name- GA K8VM800M
Click search
New screen, scroll down and enter o/s
Drivers will show up Scroll down to VGA Driver and pick
"VIA K8M800 Driver. scroll to right and click on "America"
This will give you your most recent driver.

Mar 26, 2011 | Gigabyte GA-K8VM800M Motherboard

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Hey, the computer starts with no beep or continuous beep. thanks


Hello,

May be the RAM Problem

For solving the problem do the following:

1. Remove the RAM(s) from its positions / place from the mother board
2. Clean the RAM slots inside the mother board with a neat and dry brush
3. Rub the "RAM (Copper Bottom) with an eraser or with hands gently for a few seconds.
4. Place the RAM in their slots and restart the system

Let me know! that i Fixya the problem

Thanking you.

B.Krishnamacharyulu

Nov 08, 2010 | Gigabyte GA-8IPE1000-G (MBGA81PE1000G)...

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Recommend me a good gigabyte mother board.


Without anymore information, what your wanting to build the computer to actually do, Gaming etc...

Have a look at the :
Gigabyte GA-P41T-ES3G G41 Socket 775 8 Channel Audio ATX Motherboard

Jun 25, 2010 | Gigabyte GA-7ZX Motherboard

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I want mother board cd of model gbtuacpi. 3 years back i purchased the system


Can you please provide me what it the brand and model of your motherboard. You can see the model name beside the RAM or memory module slot.

Mar 03, 2010 | Gigabyte Motherboards

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I have a P4M266a mother board is the freq. for the memory changeable? This computer was working fairly well with 2 hardrives both 20gig. One crashed bigtime so I replaced with a 250gig now its real slow my...


  1. check ram one by one which ram work either one mi b damage.
  2. for in crease speed remove temp,cookise file
  3. RUN>%TEMP% N ENTER REMOVE ALL FILE
  4. right click on internet explorer >propertise>setting>viewfile>select n remove it

Aug 27, 2009 | EliteGroup Via P4M266A (P4VMM2 V7.3)...

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I dont my mother board


Is this motherboard in a working computer, and is internet capable?
(One never assumes, as the person asking the question, may be using another computer to post the question)

If so, I suggest going to CPUID.com, and download CPU-Z. (It's free)
CPU-Z will tell you all about,

1.Mainboard, (Motherboard): Who makes it, what model number it is, what processor socket it has, what motherboard chipset it uses, what integrated audio, (Sound), what integrated graphics, (Video) (Unless it doesn't have integrated video, and relies on a graphics card), and so on.

2.Ram memory: How many ram slots it has, what ram slots are being used, what ram type it uses, what ram 'speed' it uses, and so on.

3.Processor: What processor is installed, who made it, and what model number, what the Front Side Bus is, (FSB), what the internal clock is, and so on.

Finding the motherboard manufacturers name, and the model number, you go online to the motherboard manufacturers website, go to Support, and type the model number in. This will take you to a Support page for that motherboard. There you will find a CPU Support List, (Processor), plus what the Maximum TOTAL Amount of ram is, and what the Maximum Amount for EACH ram slot is, plus a host of other info.

You can also try downloading Belarc Advisor.

If the motherboard is in your hand, look on the motherboard, and see if you can see the motherboard manufacturers name.
(Examples: Asus, AsRock, Chaintech, Gigabyte, Intel, MicroStar International Inc.,(MSI), ECS, Evga, PNY, PCchips, and so on.

Look for the model number on the motherboard. It may be in-between the expansion slots, near the edge of the motherboard, or in the middle.

If this is a motherboard that came out of an HP, or Compaq computer, things gets a little tougher. Post back here with the computer name and model number.
It's on the back of a desktop computer, right next to the Windows Product Key, or up on the side of the tower.

For a laptop it's on the bottom. It may be in a Service Tag.

Apr 27, 2009 | Motherboards

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I want to download the ausus mother board P4 TITAN SERIES. GA-8VM533(-P) VIA P4M266A/CHIPSET. PLEASE HELP ME


GA-8VM533 does not belong to ASUS it belongs to GIGABYTE kindly confirm ur board vendor if it si giga byte then try the following link for drivers

http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Support/Motherboard/Driver_Model.aspx?ProductID=1731

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Mar 17, 2009 | ASUS Motherboards

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Matching memory


Supported RAM Technology: DDR SDRAM
RAM Installed ( Max ): 0 MB / 2 GB (max)
Supported RAM Speed: PC2100, PC1600.

If you have already replace it and its working good. not to worry about that.

Nov 30, 2008 | EliteGroup Via P4M266A (P4VMM2 V7.3)...

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Drivers


my operating system is xp. thanks

Aug 21, 2008 | EliteGroup Via P4M266A (P4VMM2 V7.3)...

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Gigabyte mother board ga-6bx7+


You might have damaged the CPU/ motherboard during the process of overclocking.

Check your CPU on other compatible mobo.

Check your mobo documentation properly & set the jumpers rightly. If that doesn't help, you will have to replace the mobo.

Jul 01, 2008 | Gigabyte GA-6BX7 Motherboard

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