Question about Mach Speed Matrix PM9MS Motherboard
According to the manual my PC wont boot now because the beeps indicate the DRAM is not detected. The PC sat for about a year and I carefully (touching only sides and I was grounded) removed the memory to check the size (2 512Mb modules for a 1G set). Now, no matter what I do, I get the long beeps in an endless loop. This same DRAM worked fine when I last used the computer. Is there something else I can do to fix this problem?
First I would carfully clean both the memory sockets and memory module contacts. Then inspect both the memory socket and module contacts for signes of corrosion.
If all is good try one module at a time in each socket. One is sure to work, even both, but not to gether. Ageing can cause the modules to run at slightly different speeds and cause such problems.
You can always test your memory modules in a friends computer?
Posted on May 27, 2010
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