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Motherboard dead? Standby voltage present. Removed all add-in cards and DDR2 memory. Will not power up. Forced power supply on by grounding green wire. All voltages present. Get no audio beeps. No signal to monitor.

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Replace the motherboard and get an Asus or something decent.

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Will a DDR3 graphic card work as it should work on a DDR2 motherboard or ram


Add more RAM
If you're not sure if a module is right for your system, use the
Crucial Memory Advisor tool for a list of guaranteed compatible modules.

First you will need to select the manufacturer from a drop down list then select your product line from a drop down list then select the model then click find it will take you directly to compatible ram also you will have an option to scan your system.

You should always ask for a guarantee on the compatibilitybefore making any purchase and try to buy for working pairs if possible.
computer users often get confused when assembling or upgrading their first computer. While the most common error is made when distinguishing system memory, RAM, from hard drive space, gaming computers have an extra wrinkle to worry about.

Graphics cards use memory separately from the system memory mounted on the motherboard. Some graphics cards use the more typical DDR standard, though it's permanently attached to the graphics card circuitboard, while others use the new GDDR standard.

For the most part, the internals of the graphics card aren't relevant to the rest of the computer it's all about the connection slot.What Is DDR Memory?


DDR, or "Double Data Rate," is the standardized random access memory format for most desktop and laptop computers.
DDR RAM comes in different generational standards: DDR, DDR2, DDR3 and the newer DDR4.

RAM chips, known as DIMMs, come in only one format, as do the DIMM slots on motherboards, so a DDR3-compatible motherboard memory slot can accept only DDR3 RAM DIMMs RAM that uses an earlier or later standard is incompatible.
GDDR Memory and Graphics Cards


Modern graphics cards use a modified memory standard called GDDR, short for Graphics Double Data Rate. While similar, GDDR and DDR memory is not the same:

Most importantly, GDDR memory is integrated into the graphics card and cannot be removed. Some older graphics cards use DDR, DDR2 and DDR3 memory, but this is also integrated into the card.

Graphics cards of varying power come with different kinds of RAM as of the date of publication, most cards feature GDDR4 or GDDR5 memory

Graphics Card Motherboard Connections
Discrete desktop graphics cards are mounted inside a computer case and plugged directly into the motherboard.

Three standard connections are used for graphics cards: PCI-Express (the most common and powerful), PCI and AGP.

It is this connection that determines how much data can be shared between the graphics card and the other system components, such as the CPU, the system RAM and the hard drive.

The expansion slot standard is the primary function for determining whether or not a graphics card is compatible with any given computer:

If your motherboard has a PCI-E slot, it's compatible, if not ideally so, with all PCI-E graphics cards.
Graphics Card Memory and System Memory Compatability

Memory is an important part of game performance, but graphics memory and system memory are two different things.

For better performance, it's best to have as much graphics memory AND system memory as possible, but the different standards used by the graphics card and the motherboard are largely irrelevant.

As long as the graphics card uses the correct expansion slot standard, it will work with the corresponding motherboard, regardless of its DDR version.

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Try opening the case and removing any installed PCI cards one by one and testing whether the problem is still present after each card is removed.
If you have a built-in VGA adapter on the motherboard and a separate graphics card, then connect your monitor to the built-in adapter when removing the graphics card.
If the problem remains after all expansion cards are removed, then the fault most likely lays with the motherboard and you may need to buy and install a new one.
Depending on the age of the current motherboard, you may be able to re-use the existing processor and memory if you can get a replacement which takes the same types (processor socket type and memory standard (DDR, DDR2, DDR3 etc)).
If you go for an upgrade motherboard and processor, then you may also need to upgrade the power supply - check the minimum power requirements of the new motherboard against the power outlet capacity of your existing supply.

Dec 23, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I have core2duo 2.53Ghz, 1066Mhz. And I am using Transcend DDR2-800 1GB and I want add more DDR2-667 2GB zion RAM. Can I add it?? does it affect my game performance?? or It has a little difference in...


That will work for your computer. There is no problem with that if you are going to add the DDR2-667 into the motherboard together with the DDR2-800 with a different brand name. But you should know this, adding different frequency memory modules will make the motherboard chose the lowest frequency of the two memory modules. In your situation, the memory reading of your computer will be DDR2-667 frequency. The two memory modules frequency should match in order for them to work. DDR2-800 will be downgraded to frequency 667 in order to match your DDR2-667 2GB zion ram.

Dec 18, 2009 | Televison & Video

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I replaced a 512mb memory for the pny 2x1GB ddr2 pc2-5300 to improve my system performance but when i turn it on my system shut down a while after i had log in to my account then i removed the memory card...


You may have a bad memory stick. If the two are not exactly the same spec they may not be compatible.

Haev you checked that your motherboard is capable of handling 2gb of memory? And that it is the correct type of memory(size and speed) and that you are placing it in the correct slots(ddr2 only goes in ddr2 slots and ddr only works in ddr)

The power supply makes no real difference to memory, replacing that is not a solution

Jul 26, 2009 | PNY Optima 2-Pack 1GB PC2-5300 DDR2 DIMM...

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I removed the old memory and installed 4 1GB cards and the computer doesn't work? Help.


Adding new memory can be tricky. First the new memory has to be compatible with the motherboard.
By that I mean, you need to know how much memory the motherboard can max out at.Can it take only 2 GB or 4GB etc. And it has to be a match to what memory speed your motherboard can handle. If your motherboard takes DDR than you must put DDR in, if it takes DDR2 than you must put DDR2 in. Look at the old memory, and try to match all the numbers you find on it. Than look up the memory specs for the motherboard to find out how much it can take.
Any computer will not operate corecctly if the memory is the wrong kind, or installed wrong.

Jul 02, 2009 | Dell Dimension E521 AMD Athlon 64 X2...

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HOW TO FIND RAM CAPACITY OF INTEL D102GGC2


Intel D102GGC2 Motherboard Each memory slot can hold DDR2 PC2-5300 with a maximum of 1GB per slot.*
Maximum Memory Capacity: 2048MB
* Currently Installed Memory: 512mb Number of Banks: 2
* Dual Channel Support: Yes
* CPU Manufacturer: GenuineIntel
* Although the memory can be installed one module at a time, the best performance comes from using matched pairs of modules.
Your MotherBoard Supports up to 2GB of memory.

You have 512mb, you can add 512mb to the empty slot.
, however,It's a good idea to keep them the same if you can.
You can install memory that is: DDR2 PC2-5300 (PC2-5300 is 667Mhz) you can use 1gb memory in each module for best performance and matching pairs since your motherborad supports dual channel.you can use sound card and SATA hard disk for higher disk support

Mar 15, 2009 | Intel D102GGC2 Motherboard

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Motherboard problem


These more up to date cards have a special PCI-E connector actually on the card which you have to connect to your psu too.

It shouldnt beep if theres no problems

If you cant get video or anything , make sure that the cardrs power conenctor is plugged into the psu

Jan 07, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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DDR2 533Mhz 2 x 1GB


the DDR IS THE RAM , the processor and the ram and a good motherboard work and produce a beep,
remove the processor and the ram, get other working processor and the ram and try on your system, it works troubleshoot the removed processor and ram to find out the bad one and it does not work, your motherboard is dead.


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