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Memory slot 0 is broken

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I have Intel 845glad desktop motherboard. It has two memory banks. The Memory Bank 0 has been broken.

Can i use Memory bank 1 for my RAM????

If yes, what all are setting i have to change?????





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Yes, you can use it. You shouldnt have to change anything. it is plug and play.

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Whats max RDRAM I can install on A49507-903 ?


2GB.

The Intel Desktop Board D850GB has four RIMM sockets (two sockets for each channel) and supports the following memory features:

Single- or double-sided RIMM configurations
Maximum of 32 Direct Rambus devices per channel
Total system memory configurations from 128 MB (minimum) to 2 GB (maximum) utilizing 128/144 Mbit or 256/288 Mbit technology PC600 or PC800 compliant RDRAM
Serial Presence Detect (SPD) based configuration for optimal memory operation
Suspend to RAM support
ECC and non-ECC support

When installing memory, note the following:

The four RIMM sockets are grouped into two banks:
Bank 0 (labeled on the board as RIMM1 and RIMM2)
Bank 1 (labeled on the board as RIMM3 and RIMM4)
Bank 0 must be populated first ensuring that the RDRAM installed in RIMM1 and RIMM2 is identical in speed, size, and density. For example, the minimum system configuration would use two 64 MB RIMM modules of PC600 or PC800 RDRAM.
If the desired memory configuration has been achieved by populating Bank 0, then Bank 1 should be filled with two Continuity RIMMs.
If memory is to be installed in Bank 1, the RIMM modules installed in RIMM3 and RIMM4 must be identical in size and density to each other, and match the speed of the RIMM modules in Bank 0. The RIMM modules do not, however, need to match those in Bank 0 in size and density. For example, if Bank 0 has two 128 MB RIMMs of PC800 RDRAM, Bank 1 would require PC800 RDRAM also, however, any other supported RIMM modules such as 64 MB or 192 MB could be used.
If ECC functionality is required, all installed RIMM modules must be ECC-compliant.

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My mother board is intel DG35EC 3 beeps & no display plz help me


  • Reset the memory(RAM).
  • Make sure that the contacts on the memory and the socket are clean.
  • Try removing one bank of memory modules at a time. (Some systems can require a memory module in Bank 0.)
  • Try using memory modules from the same manufacturer with the same part number and speed.
  • Check for a faulty memory module by trying the memory in a known good system.

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Intel 845 GVSR mother board no display and getting 3 long beep


Hello
Intel states it is the memory error
following are the recommendations
Reseat the memory. Make sure that the contacts on the memory and the socket are clean. Try removing one bank of memory modules at a time. (Some systems may require a memory module in Bank 0.) Try using memory modules from the same manufacturer with the same part number and speed. Check for a faulty memory module by trying the memory in a known good system.
Hope this helps

Jan 28, 2011 | Intel D845GVSR Motherboard

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When on my system raise on tow beeb in our cpu


According to intel web site, 2 beeps indicate a memory failure.
look it:
http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/cs-010249.htm

You are getting 1, 2, or 3 beeps that indicate a memory failure.

1 beep - Refresh Error (with nothing on the screen and it is not a video problem)

2 beeps - Parity Error

3 beeps - Base 64 K memory failure

Solution:
  • Reseat the memory.
  • Make sure that the contacts on the memory and the socket are clean.
  • Try removing one bank of memory modules at a time. Note: Some systems might need to have a memory module in Bank 0.
  • Try using memory modules from the same manufacturer with the same part number and speed.
  • Check for a faulty memory module by trying the memory in a known good system.
  • Trying known good memory in the system.
  • Check the power supply and check for power fluctuations.
  • If the steps above do not resolve the problem, the desktop board may be defective. Try a different desktop board.

Dec 18, 2010 | Intel Motherboard

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I am having Intel Board SE7501BR2, i wanted to know how much RAM does it support and of what speed, because currently it is having 512 mb ram with speed of DDR$266 mhz.


This motherboard can support up to 2Gb of DDR266 RAM modules.

Attached is part of the memory detail from the manual.

If you need a copy of the manual. please click on this link to download :-

ftp://serwery.optimus.pl/Servers/Motherboards/SE7501BR2/Dokumenty/se7501br2tps.pdf



3.1.2.2 Memory Configuration

Memory interface between the MCH and DIMMs is 144 bits wide. This requires that two DIMMs

be populated per bank in order for the system to operate. At least one bank has to be populated

in order for the system to boot. If additional banks have less than two DIMMs, the memory for

that bank(s) will not be available to the system.

There are two banks of DIMMs, labeled Bank1 and Bank2. Bank1 contains DIMM locations

DIMM1A and DIMM1B and Bank2 contains DIMM2A and DIMM2B. DIMM socket identifiers are

marked with silk screen next to each DIMM socket on the baseboard. The sockets associated

with any given bank are located next to each other.

The baseboard's signal integrity is optimized when memory banks are populated in order.

Therefore, DIMM Bank1 must be populated before Bank2.

DIMM and memory configurations must adhere to the following:

• DDR266 DDR registered DIMM modules

• DIMM organization: x72 ECC

• Pin count: 184

• DIMM capacity: 128 MB, 256 MB, 512 MB, 1 GB, 2 GB

• Serial PD: JEDEC Rev 2.0

• Voltage options: 2.5 V (VDD/VDDQ)

• Interface: SSTL2

• Two DIMMs must be populated in a bank for a 144-bit wide memory data path

• One or two memory banks may be populated

Table 2. Memory Bank Labels

Memory DIMM Bank Row

J8D22 (DIMM 1A), J8D15 (DIMM 1B) 1 0, 1

J8D7 (DIMM 2A), J8D1 (DIMM 2B) 2 2, 3

Note: Memory must be installed in pairs; DIMM Bank1 must be populated before DIMM Bank2.

Memory within a DIMM bank must be identical; between banks only the DIMM size may be

different.

Functional Architecture Intel® Server Board SE7501BR2 Technical Product Specification

26 Revision 1.2

Intel Order Number C13977-003

Figure 3. Memory Bank Label Definition

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My 845gvsr board gives 3 long beeps even i tried with new rams


Hi,

Intel website gives the following remedial measures for your problem:

3 beeps - Base 64 K memory failure

  • Reseat the memory.
  • Make sure that the contacts on the memory and the socket are clean.
  • Try removing one bank of memory modules at a time. Note: Some systems might need to have a memory module in Bank 0.
  • Try using memory modules from the same manufacturer with the same part number and speed.
  • Check for a faulty memory module by trying the memory in a known good system.
  • Trying known good memory in the system.
  • Check the power supply and check for power fluctuations.
  • If the steps above do not resolve the problem, the desktop board may be defective. Try a different desktop board.
To read more , go to:
http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/cs-010249.htm

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I have a question on how to add RAM to an Intel D850MV.


According to specs your board can max out at 2GB. So you could fill all slots with 512 Gb sticks, 1GB total in each bank. You should always match RAM in pairs. You should be able to add just 1 stick in second bank as long as the first 2 banks are filled.

Char S

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Memory limit for my dell E139761 motherboard


Although the motherboard ultimately decides how much memory your system can handle, Dell does not list the specifications of motherboards. You need the model number of the computer, and if the motherboard is not the original one that came in the computer when it was built by Dell they won't know either.

You can go to dell.com and put in your service tag to see the specifications yourself. If you post the computer model number or service tag here that's what someone else will do anyway.

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Cannot boot the system.


When you put the RAM back into the computer did you return them to their original bank? Dual Channel DDR RAM is particular about being in shared bank with the other RAM module; that's why the color code the RAM Sockets in some motherboard designs so you don't them mixed up. Moreover, is the CPU fan spinning for the short time it is powered up?

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