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Problem reading two ram (256Mb)on motherboard 7VKMLS

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Old motherboard, suggest that one of the Ram modules is bad, try one at a time in each slot, if the computer does not recognise the module it is faulty, or the slot is dirty and needs cleaning with a paintbrush.
Best solution is to try other modules in the slots

Posted on Dec 29, 2010

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I have ausus motherboard Pentium 04, 2.4 ghz processor and DDR ram 256mb, When i try to extend its ram by 256mb, it starts beep. i M sick of this problem. kindly guide me . how this problem can be solved.


you mean you inserted same value 256mb to become 512mb? some motherboard has new hardware detector in your PC...it may detect a new hardware insterted...follow screen configuration after you insterted the expansion RAM...



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Sd ram 256MB -does not read more than 128 MB per slot


I checked the specs of this motherboard at the following link:
http://www.msi.com/index.php?func=proddesc&maincat_no=1&prod_no=340

The specs says the following:
• Supports four 168-pin unbuffered DIMM using eight memory banks.
• Supports a maximum memory size of 348MB (8Mx8) or 768MB (16Mx4) registered DIMM
only
• Support ECC (1-bit Error Code Correct) function
• Supports 3.3v PC100 SDRAM DIMM.

According to this, the only memory DIMMs guaranteed to work on your motherboard are the 3.3v PC100 SDRAM DIMMs.

However, it seems that your problem lies within the density of the memory module. It looks like the motherboard was made when 256MB sticks weren't very common yet, so there could just be some compatibility issues.
I believe that the motherboard only supports 128MB per side. The RAM you bought probably has memory chips only on one side. Check your new stick. If it only has memory chips on the one side (small black squares) then the only thing you can do is take it back and look for a double-sided stick of 256MB. Even then, it may or may not work with your motherboard.

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I have a intel 845GL motherboard with 1.7Ghz


2 x 184-pin DDR DIMM socket support up to 2 GB
recommended: 1GB x 2 DDR 333

http://www.svbinternational.com/motherboards/motherboard_845_chipset.htm

contact ur system admin/vendor for more details....

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Total amount of RAM not recognized by computer


are the modules the same specs? you may have some incompatibality between them. the board may be reading the ram right it may be you have four 256 sticks instead of 2 of each. read the motherboard manual it might shed some light here.

Jul 13, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Main memory


You could do that. But I would check to see if you couldn't pick up two 1 GB RAM sticks instead. Memory has gotten cheaper & Windows XP is a memory hog that likes at least 1 GB of RAM.

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Problem with Mercury PI845GVM motherboard


fine ur problem if very simple as u installed 512 mb RAM on ur pc if at possible try to connect on to the other slot and restart the computer and check ur RAM capacity in ur os if it shows as same 256mb then ur have to change ur virtual memory settings i.e memory allocated to the video so configure ur virtual memory as per requirement then free up RAM memory ..

Steps for virtual memory configuration.

  1. Open System in Control Panel.
  2. On the Advanced tab, under Performance, click Settings.
  3. On the Advanced tab, under Virtual memory, click Change.
  4. Under Drive [Volume Label], click the drive that contains the paging file you want to change.
  5. Under Paging file size for selected drive, click Custom size, and type a new paging file size in megabytes in the Initial size (MB) or Maximum size (MB) box, and then click Set. If you decrease the size of either the initial or maximum page file settings, you must restart your computer to see the effects of those changes. Increases typically do not require a restart.

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Intel D845GBV Motherboard Problem


PC1600 runs at 200MHZ and PC2100 runs at 266MHZ..

Since your motherboard only supports a max of 266MHZ, I would recommend that. (not to mention that PC1600 is pretty much obsolete)..

2nd, you motherboard supports a MAX of 2GB Total ram.. So, you could install 1GB + 256MB.. But why not go for 2xGB?

The price for a 1GB stick of PC2100 is around $75-125 CAN. Not soo cheap anymore...

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Incorrect value on ram


Hi,

Even if the new memory is 256mb, the motherboard will not read it as such but a max of only 128mb. Alternately, what you need is to get is another 128mb SRAM rated at 100/133 MHz. Sorry to say but yours is a common problem when newer memory are fitted to a relatively not so recent machine.

Good luck and kind regards.

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Mobo reads less ram than windows


possible that you have incompatible mem installed, the archictecture of the mem could be 32mb x 64bit could mean that the "BIOS" may only be able to see 32Mb x 8 which to me suggests that this is not the correct mem for this Motherboard, is this mem recovered from another system or an old board. Try Kingston.com and use their memory configurator to find the correct mem for your motherboard (enter the MB manuf and model)

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