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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your board can support 4Gb of RAM.
CLICK HERE for the SPEC sheet.
HERE is the memory support list, there is only 1 type of KINGSTON 2GB stick that is listed as compatible.
Make sure you have the latest BIOS as there are some known issues with this board and certain 4GB RAM configs as well as fixes for 1TB HDD space errors.
Always a good idea to make sure you have the latest XP service pack. In general, XP only recognises 3Gb RAM but mine runs fine with 4 in it.
When you crash, is there any Blue Screen of Death (BSoD) or any other output to your monitor or does it just shut down with no warning or error code or anything? If this is happening then you may be getting a CPU OVERTEMP condition.
Have you recently upgraded other components as well as your RAM?
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
Before installing the memory modules, please comply with the following conditions:
1. Please make sure that the memory used is supported by the motherboard. It is
recommended that memory of similar capacity, specifications and brand be used.
2. Before installing or removing memory modules, please make sure that the computer
power is switched off to prevent hardware damage.
3. Memory modules have a foolproof insertion design. A memory module can be installed
in only one direction. If you are unable to insert the module, please switch the direction.
1-4 Installation of Memory
The motherboard supports DDR II memory modules, whereby BIOS will automatically detect memory
capacity and specifications. Memory modules are designed so that they can be inserted only in one
direction. The memory capacity used can differ with each slot.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
update the bios of motherboard, it seems that the bios file is missing somewhere and now the computer bios is searcing for it ..(on Hard drive)
so reinstall or update the bios it will fix the prob. otherwise if u say that the bios is working ok, then go to the bios and turn them to their Defaults, and restart.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
Seems like your bios update failed, was corrupt, wrong version or was interrupted.
It's very difficult to recover from a failed bios flash , but if you are lucky you can try clearing cmos then take the battery out overnight. Then reinstall battery and do a HARD BOOT.
If that does not work try this site and read recent comments.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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