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I just got an asrocks 775dual vsta motherboard. I need to get memory for it but not sure if I need to buy high or low density memory for it. Can you help?

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Posted on Oct 06, 2007

SOURCE: low or high density ram or both?

Sorry CHRISTINA,
In my experience you can insert any memory module you like if it is the correct type but a high density or whatever will default to the lowest common denominator memory module as it is the arbiter of operating speed. I RECOMMEND YOU USE THE SAME MODULES AT ALL TIMES.

Regards,
Allan.

Posted on Feb 06, 2008

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SOURCE: Asrock ALiveNF6G-VSTA Motherboard. Unable to boot to OS

first disconnect ALL cables except power suppliy and frond panel switch. Startup and see if goes further.
dont forget to disconnect the front panel usb cables also !!!
if it goes better, connect he keyboard, reboot and enter bios to see.
etc etc

if it still hungs up at the start with all cables disconnected then a major chip on your motherboard is burnt (maybe the disk controller).

sorry i dont think a solution oher than buying a new motherboard.

Posted on Oct 10, 2009

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