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My RAM is not detected by motherboard,it gives a beeping sound,any suggestions on how to install ? my motherboard type is M5316 Clearing CMos will help ?

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Hi,
You should consider putting a different RAM stick on your motherboard (One that you know is completely working) to check if the RAM slots are working properly. And if they do, your RAM sticks (the original that you want to install) are defective and needs replacement. If they dont, it is the RAM slot that needs replacement and you need to replace your Motherboard. The CMOS settings or clearing it up wont do anything. The BIOS automatically detects the RAM and its timings whitout going through the CMOS settings.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Jul 12, 2010

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Mybe if you clear the cmos and bios but if its beeping it might be to much or to fast for the motherboard

Posted on Jul 12, 2010

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pl check step by step.

first to hang up all hardware ram,smps,processor with heatsink fan,keyboard all.

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remove ram and check beep sound
remove cmos cell,ide cable and check beep
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NO COMES ANY TYPES OF BEEP SOUND PROBLEM IN *********** BOARD ALOSO CHECK YOUR RAM AND SMPS AT ANOTHER COMPUTER WORKING OR NOT.

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