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You may have installed a memory card or stick (unit) that is not compatible with your computer. Make sure the unit is compatible, as you cannot add just any brand of memory upgrade units to any computer. They have to be compatible.
I suggest visiting the store of where it was purchased or a computer store, or possibly the manufacturer of the computer to find out what memory units are compatible.
Please let me know if you need further assistance.
That video card won't work on your system board. The video card requires a PCI-E expansion slot, but the system board has an AGP slot. You'll need to look for an AGP video card. I tried looking on the site you gave for the card you were considering and they don't seem to have any AGP type cards, so you will need to shop around some more.
1st -- assuming you did goto youre bios first and adjust where nessicary -- grafics set to AGP not PCI or Pallet snoop (off).
Memory banks running NON ECC ( most common ) ..
blaa blaa blaa -- read ur Bios Update notes -- memory compatability .. and or .. make sure it's seated firmly in its spot-or swap em see if it's the bank or the mem ... run memtest to confirm ..
all else fails or dont want to mess with settings ---
RE-FLASH with Older Bios ---- see if problem persists ! ..
Some MOBO support different type of memory modules like ddr 400, 333,533 and other, if your computer is working fine with that PC400 it only means that your MOBO is compatible with it. Since you're planning to upgrade the memory just get another PC400 because the memory should be the same to work fine.
eventhough i am a newbie in this forum, I have already experienced the same problem a while ago in my pc..
The solution is that you have to check that the two memory stick that you have connected is compatible to each other. That is in terms of brand and I see that the 400 MHz (im not sure) is the same so it should work. The one thing that you have to check is the compatibility issue of the two brand.
If they have the same brand, I guess you also have to check if your motherboard support that memory size.
>Can I upgrade the processor as well? Pentium 3 is compatible and what is the maximum MHz?
Maximum CPU for GA-6BXE is Celeron-1400 (Tualatin core, with PowerLeap Adapter:
...and patched bios by BIOS Patcher:
(last official BIOS don`t support Tualatin CPU-s)
>A bigger HD will be compatible?
With last F3a-version or patched bios - upto 128Gb.
>The BIOS can aslo be upgraded?
For max CPU / HDD - must be upgraded.