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Bootup Problem I've ASUS M2N-VMX mother board .I reset the memory but after that the board is not booting .What can I do for it?

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Re: Bootup Problem

As you were re-seating the memory you must have some issue with the memory.
if you have 2 stick try using only one.
if you have one the switch to another slot.

Posted on Feb 02, 2008

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