Question about Asrock 775Dual-915GL Motherboard
If its a ram problem then you should not get anything out of it at all. If it generates any beep codes or anything then it probably isn't the ram.
First thing to try is reseat the cards and check the ram. You may want to go back to your original ram and see if those work. If it works on the old ram then the problem is either the new stuff being the wrong type , wrong speed, or not being seated properly. Usually its just the wrong type or speed. You may find that even though it says it is the correct thing it won't work. You get that a lot with cheaper ram brands.
Trick is to go back to a working configuration and then change one thing to rule things out.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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