Question about Intel Motherboard
I need your help.....
I have a foxconn motherboard (P4M800p7MA), it supports both DDR 400 (two slot) and DDR2 533(two slot).
When i bought my PC, I installed a 256MB DDR 400. This time I changed it with 512MB DDR2 533. When I installed the DDR2, I removed the DDR1 because the manual told me me to do so. I installed it correctly on its respective slot.
Sadly, my PC hangs everytime I log on.
I'm so confused because the manual said that "it supports DDR 400 and DDR2 533" memory.
I'm using a (1) 256MB DDR 400 this time. Please help me, I want to use the 512MB DDR2.
cpu name: Intel(R) Pentium(R) CPU 3.06GHz
motherboard model: P4M800p7MA-RS2H
BIOS Name: Phoenix- Award V6.00PG
memory device: KVR400X64C3A / 256Mb
I need to return something that was sent to me (they sent wrong items) and I cannot find a way
to get a ReturnMerchantiseAuthorization>
Would you please help me??????
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
Either your ram slot is either dirty, or the slot is worn out.. it is not your windows settings.. i have the same problem with a ddr 400 1 gb chip it works.. tested with a euroshift pc checker. Wiz boy there is wrong windows has nothing to do with hardware malfunction on a motherboard
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
If your PC boots up successfully and load windows then its mean that RAM is working fine... There is some problem with OS settings.. So at XP booting press F8 for start-up menu and select Last known good configuration... Hope it will work...
Please Rate .... Thanks.
Posted on May 14, 2008
SOURCE: please help me in my RAM
you had it correct the first time. The DDR2 533MHz memory should be in the Blue slots. When using two DIMMS the motherboard requires the DDR2 533MHz memory be of the same size, brand & speed. For you to get a blue screen has nothing to do with you're memory. If there was a problem with you're memory, you bios would let you know by beeping a series of repeating beeps. Blue screens are usually caused by software & some hardware like you're hard drive. If you have data on you're hard drive & you do not want to erase it by re-installing windows fresh (That includes a must format), than I can suggest you download this software from this site. Click on the link.
http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/ Read what the software can do for you. If you do not want the software. Than break out you're windows CD & load it into you're CD-ROM drive. Boot the PC to the CD-ROM drive & in-stall windows. You're PC will function again when you finish installing windows & you're motherboard driver cd.
I would have posted sooner but I though another was answering you're question.
If I can help you further, feel free to post.
Suggestions & comments welcomed.
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