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Dear user, this problem can be coused by many things. 1, The memory you have installed is not compatible with your system. 2, Power supply failure. 3, Contact issue between the socket and the module.
Take a brush and clean the sockets. Power on your computer without the memory modules, if you hear beep it could be a health signal :D. Power off the system. Clean your memory module pins with alachol or other cleaner liquid. Wail till it dry, inster it back to the socket and move a little ud and down to catch ancontact.
Power on and now shold be work fine.
If this ain't works. Try other brand of memory, kingmax or kingston. They usually shipps with 99 of good modules from 100.
Try without any RAM and see if there is a beep...if there is then mobo is ok. If no beeps still. Check the CPU. Also check the PSU if its giving adequate power to all the added cards. If possible try with another PSU.
Try clearing CMOS as well. If all these doesn't do any good to the mobo, I think its time to RMA the mobo.
Have a great day!
If the RAM is incompatible with your board then yes it would not allow a boot. Make sure your front panel power wire is plugged into the proper spot on the motherboard and retry. If it's the RAM then you will still have the problem. If it was the wire loose or in wrong spot then it should work. Hope this helps & please remember to rate my answer. Thanks.