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2 x 1gb memory on 1 board doesnt work

My motherboard is msi k9vgm-v.... i have 2 x 1gb ddr2 memory.. both of them are working.. i tested them by inserting 1 memory at a time... so, they work if only 1 ddr2 is inserted in the slot... but if both of them are inserted on the slots, they dont work... what could be the problem???

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  • h3rcu135 Mar 10, 2008

    yes, they have the same frequency...
    the chipset is different...

  • dr_tanveen May 20, 2009

    It's exactly the same problem I m facing now



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Dear H3rcu135,
is the chipset & frequancy of both RAM Module is same???

Check it maybe the Frequancy is mismatch.


Posted on Mar 10, 2008

  • Akshay Choudhary Mar 10, 2008

    Dear H3rcu135,
    then please try to get the same chipset modules . i'm 100% sure that there is the clashing between chipsets.




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