Question about Intel D915GAV Motherboard
When booting up, press the key that allows you to enter the BIOS. The first thing you need to do is verify that you have the most current BIOS driver. After that, make your way through the menu system until you find the memory page. Verify that your system is recognizing the new memory module. If it is, it will show it and what slot it is located in. If not, the memory may not be compatable with your PC. Double check your documentation and the many web sites that tell you what memory your motherboard requires. If that doesn't work, then you may have to replace your motherboard if it wont function with either the new memory or old memory modules. ..Good Luck!
Posted on Feb 11, 2012
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