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One of the RAM slot of my motherboard is not working.

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No way to fix that short of replacing it

Posted on Aug 08, 2010

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It's memory problem.
You should try another RAM module or stick it to another slot.
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Sounds like the second RAM stick was placed in the wrong slot. I would suggest checking your motherboard manual to determine this. Some motherboard designs have unusual slot arrangements.

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Remove the RAM from the slot and clean it. after that stick it back on the ram slot and try . If the same sound again then pull back the ram & put in a other ram slot. If you face same problem again then your RAM is damaged. For confirmation just use your ram in different motherboard. If its working there, then your motherboard ram slot not connecting well with motherboard. You need to repair your motherboard.
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http://www.svbinternational.com/motherboards/motherboard_845_chipset.htm

contact ur system admin/vendor for more details....

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That board type does not show on the ASUS web site. I think that your problem may be incompatibility of the RAM with the board specs. Placing faster RAM on the board will not make it go faster.

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Also try to upgrade your bios, maybe a better bios version supports more than 1 GB RAM.

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