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Ram Compatability Hi there, currently i have 2 sticks of KVR266X64C25/256 PC 2100 DDR in my motherboard and it works fine. However, when i went to put 2x KVR266X64C25/1G sticks in the computer just beeps at me and it on the monitor it comes up with "no signal"- i do not understand why this is occuring as according to the Kingston Website the RAM is compatible?, can someone please help me as i am a bit lost as to why the computer can't accpet the RAM. The motherboard is suppose to be able to handle up to 2GB of RAM so i don't know why this is occuring? could it have something to do with the CMOS battery or the Graphics Card?? any assistence would be greatly appreciated

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Take out the cmos battery for five minutes after you disconnect everything off the motherboard and then put it all back together and it should be fine i just did the same with mine and it is working fine now seems to be a small conflict

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Currently the KVR266X64C25 is PC2100 (133Mhz), 64 bits, the new ram is apparently the same??

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Just check the speed of the mother board for ram,if your ram speed is compatible with *********** board then you may have bad ram check it on another mother board

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