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Cant install new 1gb pc3200 memory into my chaintech apogee 9pjl motherboard. as soon as power is turned on, i either get a constant beep or a neverending intermitant one. please help.

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Try another RAM or try this RAM in other system also chcek for compatibility

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Either the ram is bad or not compatible with that motherboard.

Main Memory Four 184-pin DDR DIMMs up to 4GB
Supports Dual-Channel DDR266/333/400 memory

This is what I found with a quick search. If you have other ram installed, it may not be compatible with the new stick. Try taking out the other ram. Try the new stick. It worked? The ram is good, just won't jive with the others. Doesn't work? May be bad or wrong for that board.

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Some memory brands are not compatible with some motherboards. Go to the motherboard web page and check it for the kind and brand of memory you can use.

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