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I need the manual with specifications U8648 cause I need up to 1Gb in Ram

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Go HERE and download the documentation for the U8638 they are the same except for the processor speeds.

Takes up to 3gb of ram.


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Why does memory upgrade for biostar k8m800-mam2 motherboard cause memory error beeps?


I would verify that the memory you're using is actually working properly.
Try to boot to the new stick and see if it works.
If not, it doesn't work.
If it does, you may need to replace the original stick with the same stick that you are trying to use now.
Use this site as a guide.
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I have intel 101 Ggc Mother board and intel pentium D processor , i was using 756MB ram (512+ 256MB) RAM. But after i brought 1 GB ram and Used it instead of 256 MB Ram the system started restarting...


There is a chance that you have faulty RAM module. If computer is stable on POST (until Windows boot-up) I would suggest to use some testing tools to test that RAM with your motherboard. There is a good program called MemTest. You can find it online if you search Hirens Boot CD. Download it, burn image to disk, put 1GB RAM into motherboard, start-up PC and boot from CD. Then you'll search for Memtest program. I would suggest to leave PC for at least 6 hours for testing to find out if it's faulty or not (better to leave for 24 hours).

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I bought new 2gb ddr2 with 800 mhz and its not working on my motherboard d102ggc2 can u plz help me with the solution


i guess you did not check the compatibility of the RAMs to your MB limitations....
the only solution is to return the RAMs and get the RAMs that is supported by your MB.....

the MB (D102GGC2) can hold only a max of 533 mhz and max of 1GB each in each slot of RAM....
so if you are trying to install one 2GB card of 800 mhz IT WIILL NOT WORK....
get TWO RAM cards of 1GB each (total 2GB) of RAM.... each of 400 mhz....

hope this helps...
Reg
Suresh

to check what your MB supports, look for the details below...
http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d102ggc2/sb/CS-029352.htm


Intel® Desktop Board D102GGC2 Technical product specification circuit388.gif Product Specification
This product specification applies only to standard D102GGC2 boards with BIOS identifier GC11020M.86A. Changes to this specification will be published in the D102GGC2 Desktop Board Specification Update before being incorporated into a revision of this document.
pdf.gif D102GGC2 Technical Product Specification [PDF]
File Name: D102GGC2_TechProdSpec.pdf
Size: 1,706,923 bytes
Date: April 2006

Specification Update
This document is an update to the specifications contained in the D102GGC2 Technical Product Specification. It is intended for hardware system manufacturers and software developers of applications, operating systems, or tools. It contains specification changes, errata, specification clarifications, and documentation changes.
pdf.gif D102GGC2 Desktop Board Specification Update [PDF]
File Name: D102GGC2_SpecUpdate03.pdf
Size: 88,102 bytes
Date: November 2006

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I have problem about ram


If the manual says this motherboard support up to 1 GB RAM, you cannot put 2 GB. You can put 2x 512 GB RAM or 1GB RAM
Also try to upgrade your bios, maybe a better bios version supports more than 1 GB RAM.

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1gb shows 512mb only


Your mobo is quite old and its chipset can only support a maximum of 512MB PER SIDE (technically called a bank) of a memory module. I would guess that your 1gb memory module has 8 chips that are all located on one side of the module, putting all of the 1 GB on one bank. Thus, only 512MB of your 1 gb RAM is detected and usable by your motherboard (the remaining 32 mb is most likely being used by your onboard video). You'll need to find a double sided 1 gb memory module (usually 8 chips on each side).

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My comp is running super slow and i wander how much and what best type of ram i can use


Each memory slot can hold DDR PC2700 or DDR PC3200 with a maximum of 1GB per slot. Four slots means 4GB maximum.

Windows XP should run fine with 512MB, but 1GB or more is best.

Vista needs a minimum of 1GB but 2GB or more is preferred.

If your system has a speed issue, it could be from too many startup programs (adding ram would help) or a damaged/corrupt operating system or a virus infection. It could also need a Disk Cleanup and Disk Defragment, your page file could be too small or you hard drive could be running out of space. It could also be that you have certain programs, like TrendMicro PC-cillin, that cause a huge drain on system resources.

Re-post if you are having any other issues (popups, programs won't run, programs close with errors). Include specifics like operating system, system ram, hard drive size, anti-virus running, etc.

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I need your help me


You need to upgrade your memory modules to a bigger size, check your motherboard manual for supported memory speeds.

You can also look at your current memory be removeing it from the socket and see what it reads on it. Its either DDR memory or older SDRAM. I beleave your maximum memory is 3 GB

May 27, 2008 | Biostar U8648 Motherboard

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Upgrading ram


Hi reisrui, yes it is odd. (It's not the first time I have seen this.)
According to you're manual on page 6, under Specifications. The manual say's you can run up to a Max speed of PC3200 400MHz, 1GB in slot one. In slot 2 you can run a Max of 1GB of PC2700 333MHz in slot 2. Every motherboard I have come across that can run two different speeds of memory. The system will reduce the Max speed to the lower MHz memory speed. If you currently are using 512MB PC3200 400MHz in slot 1 & add 1GB of PC3200 400MHz into slot 2 for a total of 1.5GB of memory. The motherboard will ruduce the total memory over all speed to PC2700 333MHz. Motherboards alway run at the lower memory speed if two different speeds are presant.
I can’t be 100% sure of the 1GB of PC3200 400MHz into slot 2, will run at all! Or if it will be reduce down to 333MHz. I am sure you can run 2GB of PC2700 333MHz, 1GB of memory per slot in you're board for a total of 2GB.

If I can help you further, feel free to post.
Suggestions & comments welcomed.
Mike

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