I just bought new memory corsair 1gb DDR vs1gb400c3/eug and still have that overclocking failed. Everything is new in my computer now still haven problem. What else can I do to solve my problem. It takes 3;10 from start up to overclocking failed to my window page. How long does it usually take for it to boot up? I'm get ready to pull out my hair with this problem. Any solution?
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3 x DDR DIMM Sockets
Max. 3 GB unbuffered PC2100 / PC1600 non-ECC
SDRAM Memory (PC3200 Max. to 2 banks only /
PC2700 Max to 4 banks only)
Part of the memory spec will tell you if it is single sided (memory chips only on one side of board) Double sided is memory chips on both sides of the board....Some systems will not work with double sided memory...
Check if your motherboard only supports only dual channel interleaved memory from the manual because it might be the main issue of your problem. Also DO NOT plug in the 512 MB ram you have over there. If it is ok to have one Slot empty then there should be no reason why it should not POST properly. Before jumping to conclusions that the RAM is faulty. Make sure that you REMOVE any overclocking you might have on the system. Some RAM won't post wihen the CPU clock and multiplier are not standard. Also it could help if you load FAIL SAFE settings in the BIOS until you determine the proper cause of the problem.
Hello, I have had similar problems with that same motherboard in the past and have found that resetting the cmos (see users manual) or just taking the battery of the motherboard for a few minutes can solve this. CAUTION please remove the power lead on your tower before touching any components inside, and earth yourself first by touching metal.. as static discharge kills pc components..
Hope this helps.....