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Installing new memory

Foxconn 760GXK8MC
hi, i have recentlr purchased an upgrade of RAm for my PC ( 2 1gb modules). however when installed together, i cant enter windows after the boot screen. it does work though, when i remove 1 of the modules and replace with the original 512 mb module.
please help

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  • sands030905 Jan 17, 2008

    motherboard is a Foxconn 760GXK8MC and the ram modules are both samsung dont know the model number.

    many thanks

  • cezzi Mar 12, 2009

    A while ago I bought 2x1GB of 400Hmz 3200 ram from my 760GXK8MC all it did was bleep at me - so i stuck with the 512MB that I'd been running with untill then, I threw the ram in a draw and put it down to being ripped off by ebay. I've just bought 100% compatable ram for this mobo 2x1GB and it dose exactly the same as the earler ram I bought - just sits there and bleeps at me.

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Ya cuse old moduel is slower hu drops speed back to 2700 and not 3200 ? corect its in bios settings re auto detect ram set to automatic config itself what brand ram u buy sum fox commm bords very picky on low denstiy and hi density styles ok low beter more compatble 38 bucks 1 gb on ebay ddr 400 i run 3 of those in my gigybyte moby and it loweres my ram spee dto 333mhz not 400 when i use all the slots up cheak your bios settings let me know name brand usally the pp who make it call them tell thenm and ask for time settings to be best with your mobo ok if they have great tech support if not tell me models

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    nick helpap Jan 17, 2008

    whats speed of the 512 ddr 2700 33mhz and whats the new samsungs ddr 400 both probaly why i would get samsungs ddr 2700 ok maby thats your max it cant do 2 full ddr 400 need to have them backwards compatible when u sticl 512 in at 333mhx it tells samsung 1 gb thats to match up with 512 in 333mhz mode ok and not ddr 400 maby yourmobo dont like 400 just use 2700 then ok

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