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No audio after installing 2*2GB

I also found out that installing 4Gb of ram shut outs the soundcard.
Tried everything, including deleting most of the sounddriver but nothing happened.

Is there already a solution for this problem.

Corneliu

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  • hamcoco Jul 22, 2009

    Thanks,

    It is on the other hand odd that the board accepts the 4Gb and works with it. I found a significant improvement when I placed the 4Gb.
    So my choice now will be sound or speed.

    Corneliu

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Hi,
Your motherboard supports maximum 2GB RAM. So, the problem is due to the 4GB RAM.

Check your motherboard details here:
http://www.msi.com/index.php?func=prodmbspec&maincat_no=1&cat2_no=&cat3_no=&prod_no=260

Hope this solves the problem. Thanks.

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