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RE: mother board not going on

I upgraded my ram now there is no picture even when i put back the old memory

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  • dzool72 Nov 03, 2008

    i have same problem like 'marlonvig'....but i didnt upgrade my ram..i just change to a new casing..later no beep..and no pic as well..

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Hi marlonvig, what type of memory (PC3200? or PC2700) memory are you using? What type in which slot?

The decription (In you're manual), refering to you're memory can be confusing.
You're manual says you can use up to 1GB of
PC3200 DDR400MHz only in Slot 1.
If you add DDR400MHz into slot 2. The board will not support it. (weird)!
If you want to reach 2GB of memory. You must use PC2700 (DDR333)MHz. 2x1GB PC2700 = 1GB DIMMS in both DIMM 1 & 2. You're board does not support DDR2 type memory.

Need you're manual? Download it from this link. Click on it.
http://www.asrock.com/mb/manual.asp?Model=775VM800

Asrock's home page for you're 775VM800 board.
http://www.asrock.com/mb/overview.asp?Model=775VM800

Mike

Posted on Apr 28, 2008

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