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2x 1GB Memory doesn´t work

I bought two memory banks: 1GB PC3200 400MHz unbuffered no ecc.
But if I plug-in, there only comes a sound like 4 times peep.
With my old 512MB-RAM I can mount the system with the two additional banks inside, but the system only shows 512MB.
With analytic tools like aida32 or Dr.Hardware2008 I found out, there is no JEDEC-ID and no serial-no. But the vendor said, SAMSUNG would be the producer.
Do I have to switch anything on the mainboard?
Does anybody has a solution?

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  • Clem Nov 14, 2008

    Same problem here. I even got memory for the board. 1gb memory
    in slot 1 still would not boot for me. No beeps but no boot up either..




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Don't try to put your 512MB-RAM, remove it and put only 1GB both with rearest slots to each other.

As per your board specification you can upgrade upto 3GB. but all three memo-stick must be of same size, same type and same frequency.

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