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Why does my motherboard only read 50% of the memory i installed

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Please be specific, how much is it reading, how much have you installed. also include the brand and model of the motherboard and what windows version you have installed?

Optionally if you know answer the following:
is your windows version 64bit or 32bit?
What version of bios is installed on your board?

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Remove the memory and reinstall

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How to install memory in a Gigabyte silent pipe motherboard

First, you must determine the applicable memory to your motherboard by reading the manual or it should be indicated in the box.

1600 (O.C.)/1333/1066/800 MHz FSB
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With the above details, you can buy up to 4 memory modules, each with a maximum of 2GB. You can also choose your preferred FSB, 1333/1066/800MHz but you can tweak the system and choose the overclock module, 1600MHz. Remember to carefully install your memory module to the memory slot, the notch will give you an idea on how it'll perfectly fit. The left & right holder of the memory will produce a sound after you carefully install the memory modules thus, also indicating of a successful installation.

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I HAVE AN ASROCK MB,ALIVE NF6G-VSTA, BIOS PL.50.I STARTED UP.EVERYTHING GOES BUT IT READS ON SCREEN :press F11 for boot menu,and below that it reads:single channel memory mode.IT STAYS THERE and it doesn...

Restart your computer
During the boot process you will see on the screen to press a certain key to enter setup

Press and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS using the arrow keys load failsafe defaults or load optimized defaults press escape then press f10 to save to cmos to restart
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Hi. My new H61iCafe board should be able to recognize 16 GB (4 memory slots). I have bought 2 8-GB-Kits (each consisting of 2x4GB): Kingston KVR1333D3N9K2/8G After inserting 2 modules, 8 GB are...

Number of Memory Slots: 4-240pin


1. Before you install memory module on this motherboard, please read below message to avoid any improper installation: - Due to chipset limitation, if you plan to install three or four memory modules on this motherboard, please install only single-sided memory modules.To install two memory modules on this motherboard, please install them on DDR3_A1 and DDR3_B1 DIMM sockets.
2. For the detailed installation information, please refer to the user manual or quick installation guide. - Due to the operating system limitation, the actual memory size may be less than 4GB for the reservation for system usage under Windows 32-bit OS. For Windows 64-bit OS with 64-bit CPU, there is no such limitation.

Memory Standard: DDR3 1333/1066

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My motherboard stop reading my memory. How can I fix this?

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if u think ur board is not reading memory , try to see below the memory slot ( back side of board ) if any dry soldering .. or take a tooth brush & clean tha slot with iso propyle alcohol, if not then petrol can do that ..aftet its dry install the Ram & check

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Can I upgrade to more than 2gb of memory

I am sorry to say that the max is 2GB.

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    Not reading the correct memory

    Well, depending on what your ram and how much you have installed. This motherboard only supports up to 1gig max.

    Memory * 2 x 168-pin SDRAM DIMM
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    * PC133
    No matter how much more ram you install, it will not read more than 1gig.

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    I need to solvthe problem of my new install memory

    According to the specs of this motherboard, it supports DDR 333/400 and DDR2 533/400 memory modules. It does not support DDR2 667 memory modules.
    DDR 333/400 memory modules can be installed in the yellow slots, whereas DDR2 533/400 memory modules can be installed in the blue slots.
    Only one type of memory modules (either DDR or DDR2) can be used. Mixing of different types of memory modules is not supported.

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    Memory problems

    If you are sure your motherboard can handle a 1 GB RAM stick, then the general answer is that the motherboard can not run High Density RAM stick as yours is possibly. You might need to exchange it for a stick of Low Density RAM.

    According to some quick research, it says your motherboard can only read up to 2 GB TOTAL of RAM even if you have more installed.

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    I have an asus P5N32-e SLI motherboard. I want to upgrade the memory. Will Patriot PC2 9600 (1200mhz) be suitable.

    ooh.. I have a 50/50 shot at getting this right without reading the manual or going onto ASUS' website and looking it up!

    I'll say.... no? DDR2 memory sounds quite new, and my board only just supports 1066Mhz RAM. Your mainboard sounds a bit old.

    Let me know if i'm right!

    Seriously though, I went to, then typed your motherboard in, and then clicked on it.

    Here is what it has to say:
    - Dual-channel DDR2 800/667/533
    I win!

    Aug 23, 2008 | ASUS Computers & Internet

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    3 beep sound-no boot

    that means a short in contacts on memory slot, or a component on board melting down.
    If this happened it is possible that the motherboard is faulty.
    If you are lucky the motherboard will read memory on one of memory slots, more likely it wont read memory at all.
    Due to the cost of labor required to test and fix the motherboard usually it is worth replacing it rather than fixing it.
    A P4 motherboard starts from around $50, on Ebay you can find tested and guaranteed second hands from $20.

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