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Pc don't work

Hi! I have a problem with my motherboard Asus P5PL2 .
I hwe already a memory Zeppelin 512Mb DDR2 533Mhz and i buy another one Memorie Kingmax FBGA Mars 512MB DDR2 533MHz PC4300 and now the PC stop to the memory test. If i tahe out the new memory the PC start.
What is the problem and how i can resolve it?
Thank you i will wait for an answer

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  • Florin_7310 Mar 26, 2008

    So i must buy another Memory from the same brand (Zeppelin or Kingmax) is there anything to do?

  • Florin_7310 Mar 28, 2008

    So i put the memory into the slot (the motherboard Asus P5PL2-E have 4 slots 1yellow one black (A1 A2 and yellow and black B1 B2) i put the memory 512 MB 533 HZT on yellow slot(A1 and another on to yellow slot B1) after i turn on the computer i receve an error message ( 1024 MB overclock error ! F1 to run setup, F2 to load the new settings ) I push the F2 button and the pc start(boot normaly and enter into windows. Then i torn of the computer and restart it is working, now i have two Questions : is it normal or its wrong? I do well? thank you

  • Florin_7310 Mar 29, 2008

    Thank you !!!


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I have encountered this the memory modules are not compatable and even if they were you may encounter problems with your computer having fatal errors if your memory is not the exact same brand and type. I always try to match the existing memory or just buy all new when i upgrade.

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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    Cary Micheau Mar 26, 2008

    i know this is frustrating and by rights if you match the speed of the memory it should be compatable but i have on more than one occasion the same problem if you recently purchased the module try to return it and find one that matches better like i said from experience that even if you match the type and speeds and your system boots and seems fine you MAY encounter crashes in memory intensive things like games untill you pair up brand and type. I have never had a problem with using two different sizes from the same manufacturer

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    Cary Micheau Mar 29, 2008

    check out the manual page 13-14

    Installing the chips in the yellow slots as per the manual is the proper configuration for your memory. is also states that you have to pair your memory left yellow black needs to equal right yellow black configuration if you upgrade again.

    the error you received is the motherboard system protection and is normal

    the manual has a chart with memory configurations and placement

    the manual recommends to install the memory manufactured by the same vendor and with the same CAS latency

    there is also a chart or recommended types or memory


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