I have a intel d845glly motherboard when i instale 128mb ram one by one in slot it is detect but if i instal two 128mb ram in both slots it show 128mb on post, these two ram i instal other board it show 256mb
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Re: both ram not detect
My system is reporting less memory than what I have installed. Why?
The D845GLLY BIOS contains an advanced video configuration control that determines how much of the system's RAM can be reserved for use by the on board video. The amount of reserved memory is subtracted from the total installed memory. The difference between installed memory and total available system memory can be seen in the BIOS.
So enter the BIOS and change this setting.
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Here's a direct link to your motherboards support section at Intel dot com http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/highlights/dsktpboards/d845glly?wapkw=%28Intel+Desktop+Board+D845GLLY%29
Oh, and don't forget to back your drivers once everything is running crisp and clean again. I use "Driver Max". It's also free and easy to use. Good luck friend!
If you have an existing 128Mb RAM module and inserted another 128Mb to give you a total of 256Mb and it stills shows 128Mb. Then the second RAM module may not be compatible or the second RAM module is faulty. Try and use the same make and type RAM module as the original or insert a 512Mb RAM module instead of two 128Mb RAM modules. There is not much price gap between 512 and 256 Mb RAM.
1st try to exchange the cards in the slot.
2nd try another card
3rd ur RAM slot may not be ok
4th ur RAMs may not be compatible
5th ur new RAM card may not be ok
use same type of RAMs, and same size...
if u have 256, add 256
if u ahve 128 add 128
if u have SDR then dont add DDR
getting compatibility is little difficult...
some times no combinations can work...
note...technology keeps changing...so a old RAM card that was bought years ago may not be compatible with a new RAM card....
even i got all my old RAM cards(256+128) removed and got 2 - 512mb of the same type fixed...even i had issues with my RAMs for 6 months...
Hi Harikris, no you can not install just any graphics card. You're Intel D845GLLY board uses an onboard graphics card. (It's an AGP graphics card). If it's you're intention to install a new graphics card you must use a PCI graphics card. (Understand that the AGP onboard graphics is faster than a PCI graphics card). However, the PCI cards do use their own memory. (Which fee’s you're system memory to run windows. The Intel D845GLLY has 4 PCI (White) slots, onboard. You can add a video card into the system. You're onboard video card does use you're system memory to function. If you're PC has 512MB of system memory & you're video card is set to use 128MB of memory. Than you're system is left to run with 128MB. One would think you're system is running a little slow. The Intel D845GLLY motherboard can use up to 256MB of system memory. You can set the amount of system memory in the bios as shown on page 49, table 18. In you're manual. If you do not have you're manual you can download it from here: http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d845glly/sb/cs-008853.htm May I suggest you increase you're system memory to 1GB. Than increase you're graphics memory to 256MB. You're system will run faster & so will you're graphics card. These older Intel motherboards require memory current for you're board. Click this link: http://www.memory-up.com/Memory/IntelD12696.html If you still feel that you want to use the slower PCI graphics card you can choose from any listed on this link: http://www.newegg.com/product/ProductList.aspx?N=2000380048+1069609642&Submit=ENE&SubCategory=48&nm_mc=KNC-GoogleAdwords&cm_mmc=KNC-GoogleAdwords-_-NA-_-NA-_-NA You will also need to change a setting in you're bios to boot to the PCI card instead of the AGP onboard card. Page 49.
No board will show display without memory. Your motherboard must run memory type;
Two DIMM sockets supporting 3.3 V (only) 168-pin 133 MHz Single Data Rate (SDR) SDRAM DIMMs with gold-plated contacts. Unbuffered non-ECC DIMMs only. Maximum total system memory: 2 GB; minimum total system memory: 64 MB. Serial Presence Detect (SPD) DIMMs only.
If your memory is within Intel's memory specifications & you are not getting display on your monitor. It is possible that the integerated on board graphics (Shown on page 13 in your user manual), may be defective. You can add a PCI video card to the PC. The Intel D845GLLY will auto detect the PCI video card. No need to enter the bios & make changes. Please keep this in mind. The integrated video card is PCI, if it has failed, there is a good chance it will not see the PCI add in video card. If you can find a used (Working) PCI video card to test in the PC. Intel Desktop Board D845GLLY main website link. http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d845glly/