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Changing from the 168 pin RAM socket to the 184 pin RAM socket

Technical Support and Crucial where I bought the new 184 pin cards say all I need to do is move the jumper to change from current voltage to the required voltage. I cannot locate the jumper

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  • fscott71145 Feb 09, 2008

    From reading the manual, it appears that
    it is not changing a jumper, but going into
    the BIOS settings and changing the DIMM
    Auto detect setting from "disabled" to "enabled" and then making the change to the new 184 pin cards. Am I on he right track?

  • fscott71145 Feb 10, 2008

    Problem solved. Thanks for your help.

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Will have that in one moment...stand by for manual link from taiwan

Posted on Feb 09, 2008

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  • Patrick Michaels
    Patrick Michaels Feb 09, 2008
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    Patrick Michaels Feb 09, 2008

    in my experience, having the manual on hand(it's a zipped pdf document by the way) is most valuable.

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    Patrick Michaels Feb 09, 2008

    oops..my bad...that's the older version..still researching..stand by.

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    Patrick Michaels Feb 09, 2008

    I'm withdrawing my solution. Seems to be a raging debate among the community on this one. There are only two sets of jumper configurators on this older board. And neither of the solutions I've found, or tried myself, are applicable.

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    Patrick Michaels Feb 10, 2008

    I see that same information, but without the exact configuration in hand, I'd be reluctant to authorize that approach as the correct one. I spoke to Tech support from Taiwan, and they even seemed confused. At first, they suggested this is NOT an option, but when I mentioned the actual configuration settings issue, with the CMOS, they rethought it. What I'd like to know, is who originally provided the 'jumper' change informaiton, and what's their source of understanding?

    With this sort of change, it's not a good thing to guess at it. Hope this works out for you well.

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    Patrick Michaels Feb 10, 2008

    Hope this works out for you well.


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Hello sir,

Posted on Feb 09, 2008

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  • dewan nafees ahmed Feb 09, 2008

    here you for the solution:

    as far as i read about your mother board i wil give the solution what i was able to arrive at.

    first what the tech support person told you to do is "move the jumper" this is actually done for clearing the CMOS set up.

    your mother board has only two kinds of jumpers. one is for hard disk. another is for clearing the CMOS.
    but with my personal experience we dint change any jumper settings for this issue. we just changed the BIOS settings.

    if at all you have to change the jumper settings and clear the BIOS i shall tell you how to do it.

    1>> remove all the main power from the mother board.
    2>> now do the necessary hardware changes
    3>> now remove the bios jumper from pin 2-3 short
    4>> now short the pins 1-2
    5>>wait for 3min
    6>> again put back the jumper in pin 2-3

    now go into the bios settings and then change the settings for new hardware changes.

    problem solved.

  • dewan nafees ahmed Feb 09, 2008

    wow.. you have made it..

    that is great.. that is what i said my previous post.

    thats great..

    thank you

    good luck

    cheers

  • dewan nafees ahmed Feb 09, 2008

    i told it out of my experience and you said it by reading the manual...


    ha ha.. great sir.. atleast now u figured out that there is no such thig to change the jumper for pin change..

    dont forget to rate the solutions..

    thank you very much

  • dewan nafees ahmed Feb 11, 2008

    thank you..

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