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Memory upgrade for P6VEM3 MB

I added PC133 512mb memory to a P6VEM3 motherboard and now I have no vedio can you help

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  • prazum Feb 22, 2008

    in must be my memory, the old memory works good Im trying

    PC133 512MB 133mhz CL3 by Patriot (PSS512133)

    what should I do?

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For this mainboard, you must use 168-pin, 3.3V unbuffered PC100 or PC133 SDRAM memory modules. You can install any size memory module from 32 MB to 512 MB, so the maximum memory size is 2 x 512 MB = 1 GB. As noted on pg. 9 of your manual. Shut down your system. Remove one dimm of memory & start the Pc. Does it boot & do you have video? No? Shut down & replace the the dimm with next stick of memory. Try again. Still no video? Replace memory with old memory. Did you regain video? In most cases of installing new memory it's found the memory just wasn't seated well enough. In few others the memory did not meet the correct voltage.
prazum post back your findings.

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