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It doesn't detect the dram

Thinking that my motherboard supported the sdr i forced the socket and now when I start the computer with my original ddr i hear a long beep in loop. I know from the user guide that my mother board doesn't detect my ddr. the question is "how can i repair my mother board" if it's up to now possible of course.
thank you very much for your help

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Re: it doesn't detect the dram

Sorry,You cant repair it, because you would not be able to get the parts. It sounds like you broke the ram socket or the solder joints around it. Go to and pick out a similar one so you can use the same cpu,ram,etc..

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