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Memory problem hi there ,i have a problem i installed one module 1gb ddr 400 (a data) and the pc won't boot ,it keeps restarting.now i have 2*256 ddr 400 one veritech and one princeton and in works fine.i've tried combining them with no result.Maybe you could help me ,are there any bios settings i should change?   tks

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  • jonndoedanie Jun 12, 2008

    how can u tell the timings in bios for my memory?i have

    dram timing =166 (133,166)

    dram cas latency =2.5 (1.5 2 2,5 3)

    bank interleave=disabled(2 bank/4bank)

    precharge to active(trp)=5t (2t,3t,4t,5t)

    active to precharge(tras)=7t (6t,7t,8t,9t)

    active to cmd(trcd)=5t (2t,3t,4t,5t)

    dram burst length =4 (8)

    dram command rate=2t (1t 2t)

    write recovery time=3t (2t 3t)

    tWTR=2t (1t,2t)

    i tried settting to 166 manually and no result.Can u tell me what of these settings i should change?as they are now are working perfect with my 2*256 ddr 400

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Hi,

Be sure that the 1GB DDR400 you've just installed is Working Perfectly, because sometimes if Memory is faulty then it will cause the computer to keep restarting, also check the specification of your motherboard if its support single stick of 1GB DDR400.

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you could check the timings in the bios for your memory. if they match. you could at least try to set it to 133 and set it to manual and not by speed. give it a try.

Posted on Jun 12, 2008

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