Question about Motherboards
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.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
The most likely cause is the RAM is not compatible with the motherboard.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
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