Question about ASUS P5S800-VM Motherboard
At first it just only restarted, so I'd opted to change the memory. I'm now using a 512Mb PC400 DDRAM. It worked fine but after a month, it started to hang. Just two days ago, it never turned on anymore. I tried removing and putting back all the cables, IDE and power; the peripherals video, modem and memory; and the processor. But still it didn't work. I checked on the capacitors if there is any leaking or busted but couldn't find one. Is there a solution to this?
Power Led Lite? If they don't, then I'm not sure of this.
That DDR SDRAM? PC400? Do you mean PC3200, that's DDR at 400Mhz. If that's the case, the PC3200 may be locked out, or deselected by the system. Why? The system may have found that memory irregular. Try another memory, like PC2700, that's DDR at 333Mhz, that should work in a system rated for PC3200. Check first before trying. Once that memory works, your system should be able to use DDR PC3200 again, I would recommend another memory that what you were using, Different spec from the same Manufacturer or a Different Manufacturer.
Posted on Dec 18, 2007
Does the CPU fan spin when you press the switch? If it doesnt, short the green wire from the power supply with the black one, If the fan still does not spin, the power supply is bad. If it does, the mother board has a problem.
Please get back after this test.
Posted on Dec 17, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
If you are referring to computer RAM always put the largest ram module closest the CPU central processing unit
try to keep the same brand and type of ram the same ie: ddr ddr3.......
you will be able to read the ram type on the ram already inside
make sure you secure the ram modules by pressing the levers down firmly at both ends of of there sockets
make sure your computer is turned of before you attempt this
be sure to wear an earth strap before touching anything inside your computer
the ram modules sockets are located near your cpu
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.
hope this helps you
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