Question about ASUS A7V333-X (A7V333-X/L) Motherboard

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Asus a7v333 motherboard

I installed a 1gb stick in my motherboard, retarted ans would not boot. Took out added stick and now it goes through booting all cd drives then stops, display will not come on red led keeps running, still has original 1g and 1 256mb memory in it. Was wondering if it fried my orignal memory and thats what it is searching for or if I messed up motherboard? Thanks

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    Timothy Shotwell Mar 03, 2008

    dassault1, thanx for your response, I am new to this (woohoo!) but my display wont start so I can see the bios, and what is a cmos jumper reset. Sorry for the ignorance, and thanx again for your help.

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Try and update your bios, hopefully your timings, were just messed up by the new memory, or you could try a cmos jumper reset.

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