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Abit nfm2s mother brd failed to start up from bio, i think it maybe a hardware problem , but am not sure , ...i installed a new ddr2 800 memory but after fitting the item , the mother brd will not start up at all .

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You a need a pair of identical memory modules must be placed in matching DIMM slots in order to to make it work. They need to be same mfg, everything.

Thanks Mark

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Anyways here are the common beep codes for your motherboard.. it might help you too.
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